Well Travis must be desperate to ask a non-musician to write the music for his lyric but i thought,why not.I don't mind messing up somebody elses stuff for a change,lol.Thanx Travis,it was a fun song to do!
thanx for the spin and thoughts Vic!You and Neil are hearing gaps i don't.I could've used "buts" or whatever but then i feel those are words you could trim.The only real gap is between the verse and pre-chorus then the usual breaks between chorus and verse.i really don't think i should sing it as a long run on sentence.i think the r&b stuff should have a little breaks here and there,it gives it a little more personal communication feel to me.Mike
I go with Mike on this one, the song is different from our usual country output so accordingly a different approach was needed as it isn't a country song. I like the way Mike sees it but I'm really grateful for the input and comments on it's construction as well, even though we don't altogether see eye to eye. Travis
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Mike and Travis, something a little different from you two! Good deal! I like these slow burners. I was expecting something a little different musically for the pre-chorus or lift because it's pretty much the same as the verses but, other than that, I was groovin along to it.
It's good to try different things, to stretch artistically. Try a different instrument or, write music to other' lyrics if you're used to your own lyrics first. It's all good.
hey Vic,i see what you mean by adding maybe something along the solos,like a sax would've been cool.Maybe next time,this one was recorded differently than i usually do them so it would be a pain to go back and rerecord,so this one is in the can.I appreciate your thoughts!Mike