Reid Jamieson

Reid Jamieson

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Pop - Alternative | Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 7/22/2020
   Sounds Like: kd Lang, Damien Rice

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Song Description

Year end song about regrets and resolutions. "Time often spends itself with no concern for mental health. Care how you expend your wealth the last day of the year. Longing and looking back, major change there is no lack, of sacred blessings, heart attacks, the last day of the year. Three cheers it's coming closer, The new beginning You've been yearning. Forward, keep falling forward. The timing's right, you shouldn't fight it, just be delighted. Leave room for little doubt, a lesson's learned, a whisper shouted. Turn your mistakes inside out the last day of the year. Three cheers we made it this far, it's all brand new, this point of view. Heartstrings are played at midnight; they're picked apart, in tune or off key. It's clear can you see? Push hard with all your might. Our resolution starts tonight, to find out where self-pity hides. The last day of the year. The last night of the year. The last breath of the year.

Story Behind the Song

At the end of every year we review what we have done and where we want to be.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Really nice song. I liked the voice...fits the mood nicely. The arrangement is very good... the violin and piano work well together. I'm glad you buried the violin a little bit in the reverb...they can be screetchy ( is that a word?), but this one has a nice country feel. Good job on holding the note in the end. Nice job!

    - B.Still
Lyrics

Last Day Of The Year (2:48)
Time often spends itself
with no concern for mental health.
Care how you expend your wealth
the last day of the year.
Longing and looking back,
major change there is no lack,
of sacred blessings, heart attacks,
the last day of the year.
Three cheers it's coming closer,
The new beginning You've been yearning.
Forward, keep falling forward.
The timing's right, you shouldn't fight it,
just be delighted.
Leave room for little doubt,
a lesson's learned, a whisper shouted.
Turn your mistakes inside out
the last day of the year.
Three cheers we made it this far,
it's all brand new, this point of view.
Heartstrings are played at midnight;
they're picked apart, in tune or off key.
It's clear can you see?
Push hard with all your might.
Our resolution starts tonight,
to find out where self-pity hides.
The last day of the year.
The last night of the year.
The last breath of the year.
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Written by Reid Jamieson
RJ: Lead vocal and acoustic guitar
Michael Johnston: Piano - Josh Finlayson: Bass guitar
Dave Clark: Drums - Karen Graves: Violin
Dave Celia: B/G vocal

Song Length
2:48
Genres
Country - Alternative, Rock - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Tempo Undefined
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Composed, Gracious

Subject Matter
Holidays, Gratitude

Similar Artists
John Mayer, Leonard Cohen
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Reid Jamieson
Music Credits Reid Jamieson
Producer Credits Josh Finlayson
Publisher Credits Reid Jamieson
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