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Here's a blues rock song made in the memory of my father who passed away in 2016.
He was loving the blues music as John Mayall, Tony Joe White, John Lee Hooker, the Rolling Stones, Big Bill Bronzy etc.
This song is a just tribute to him.
This song has been recorded with a Silvertone Danelectro 1959 + Analog Man, King of Tone Custom pedal + Orange Amp, in 2016 at my H-Studio in Tokyo.
poor little man was alone in his room with his soul
all of these memories won’t pay you a load (lot)
No one’s ringing the door, don’t need to put on clothes
another day on his own, another day on his throne
The world is too big and I wanted all
Come on in mine I’ll show you all I know
Please reverend just wait on my doorstep
Oh I don’t need doctors, I don’t need any help
Full of dreams, all killed by wine shot.
and the nature gave me more than a lot
Full of dreams all said I never stop
the Nature gave me oh Papapapapapa
I don’t why this has been so raw
Under the law of love we’re all animals
released March 31, 2017
All music, lyrics, cover design by Mr. D aka Davy Bergier.