Scott Tingley

Scott Tingley

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Fort Myers, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,809   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 8/21/2019

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Plays:

285

Song Description

Performance credits are: Stacey, lead, harmony, and background vocals. Michael, electric piano, synthesizer, (and arrangement of strings). Scott, acoustic guitar. Trevor, acoustic bass guitar. Darrell, drums.

Story Behind the Song

For the bridge, I depart from G natural, and make the arrangement with the guitar and piano solos. Since I'm not a big fan of hooks, I left one out.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Really good song.

    - Keith Taylor

very talented singer. I also like the bass work.

    - Mitch Siegal
Lyrics

Been rackin' my brain nearly half the day (half of the day), tryin' to find the clever group of words to say, what I feel for you my love is way down deep in the heart (deep in the heart), seems like the only place a country girl could start...but boy...I love you so, boy...the good Lord knows...He's laid the plans darling that will keep our love alive, a bond of faith and hope to stand the test of time...(guitar and piano solos)...Now I've heard tell runs a river of wine (river of wine), a spiritual elixir of the body and mind, drink up her love and ever be true (ever be true), or let me tell ya brother, you'll be singin' the blues...but boy...I love you so, boy...the good Lord knows...

Song Length
2:02
Genres
Folk - Rock, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Moods
Exultant, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Existence, Spirituality

Similar Artist
The Carpenters
Language
English

Lyric Credits Scott D. Tingley
Music Credits Scott D. Tingley
Producer Credits Anthony Iannucci & Scott Tingley
Publisher Credits TBA
Performance Credits Stacey Allison on vocals with studio band
Label Credits Independent