Somebody Else's Nightmare

Somebody Else's Nightmare

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Jazz - General | sonoma, California, United States
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Story Behind the Song

One of my favorite compositional techniques is to write a phrase then repeat it, changing only the bass notes. This way, the chords and melody take on a whole new meaning. In this example, a repeating C major chord is played in the beginning section while the bass continually changes the root of the chord. When we performs live, I might change these bass notes and vocal line, but the new progression continues to work beneath the repeating keyboard pattern.

Lyrics

I can get along without you - but not very well - I can get up every morning - got no one to tell - Pick a place to go a thing to do?
Watch the hands go round the clock - Your eyes the eyes that saw our future - now see the distance growing fast

Torn and forgotten (feels like) - A snapshot from the past - Might have worn out my welcome ?Must be time to be going
Destination Nowhere

You've got to trust something  sometime - even your heart - some times its easy in the past the future gets dark

 ?a silent though a well placed loving word - is all it takes to change ones life?your eyes the eyes that saw our future now see  the distance growing past
Torn and forgotten (feels like) - A snapshot from the past - Might have worn out my welcome ?Must be time to be going
Destination Nowhere

Song Length
4:26
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Pop - Standards
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Serene, Engaging

Subject Matter
General, Breaking Up

Similar Artists
Alicia Keys, James Taylor
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Joe Holiday
Music Credits Joe Holiday
Producer Credits Joe Holiday
Publisher Credits Joe Holiday
Performance Credits Joe Holiday
Label Credits Joe Holiday