Angels (Singing in My Ears)
****** Song Summary *************
Style is _POPCBEL.STY (Dreamy Pop w/ Cowbell (60-170))
RealTracks in style: ~684:Bass, Electric, PopHalfNotesSync Ev 120
RealTracks in style: ~686:Organ, B3, Background Pop Ev 120
Loop in Style: Percussion Loops\Loop124bpm Cowbell Quarters 4 bars.wma
RealTracks in style: ~543:Guitar, Electric, Rhythm Dreamy Ev 120
RealTracks in song: 2500:Guitar, Baritone Electric, Rhythm PopCountryBrent Ev 120 (CustomFX)
RealTracks in song: 1669:Pedal Steel, Soloist CountryPaul Ev 120
RealDrums in style: NashvilleEven8^8-a:Snare, HiHat Open , b:Snare, Ride
This song was written when I was about 14 years old. I recorded vocals about 2008 intending to use it with BIAB backing for the 2008 RPM challenge, but it never got finished. Was fortunate enough to have saved my production files so I can reinterpret it here with Real Tracks.
It's a fictionalized account of a real-life small series of encounters with Nashville Music Row houses accompanied by my long-suffering mother. No contracts were signed, but I got to be indignant, which is always fun. It started as an angry young man song, but has evolved here into a somewhat tongue-in-cheek, overproduced piece of pomposity. At least that's my intention as I've matured at least a little bit since then.
Went to see a record big wheel
For to make a record big deal.
Said, "Tell you son just what I'm gonna do...
If we need your music, we'll call you."
"Son, this field is quite demanding.
We need to have an understanding.
You ain't got much talent, don't you know?
You ain't got no business in this show."
I'm gonna show them.
I can write a song right alongside the best of them
I can quill a lyric that will fill your eyes with tears.
I can make you laugh, I can make you cry.
To save your life you won't know why.
I've been writing songs all of my years.
I've got angels singing in my ears.