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cindyrella

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cindyrella last won the day on May 17

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    the Beatles, Simon and Garfunkle, Carole King, James Taylor, Alan Jackson, Martina McBride, Willie Nelson, The Eagles
  1. Thanks for listening! I think Marthie is very talented at the music side of things.
  2. I wrote this lyric after finding a slip of paper on my bed with the words that are spoken. I have written other songs with a Canadian lady living in South Africa. I like what she did with it. A bit quirky-but I like quirky http://fawm.org/songs/69090/ Are You Out There? © 2017 Cindy Prince (spoken) "If you ever look at the sky, Doubting the existence of other worlds, Just know that somewhere a creature Looks up at the sky, doubting you exist" 1. A note appeared From where I know not I had to smile And have deep thoughts The message was Worth a ponder Because it made me Stop and wonder Chorus Are you out there? Can you see me? The earth from your galaxy? Are you out there....are you out there? Is it possible to show us the way to peace? 2. We know a lot Yet nothing I feel Does time even exist? Are we all real? Is this a matrix Does everything connect? This note got me To stop and reflect Chorus Are you out there? Can you see me? The earth from your galaxy? Are you out there....are you out there? Is it possible to show us the way to peace? (spoken) "If you ever look at the sky, Doubting the existence of other worlds, Just know that somewhere a creature Looks up at the sky, doubting you exist"
  3. Thanks again Paul. I see what you mean. I think this all happened pretty fast and I do know she was frustrated with some of it. I think there are more than one way to do music for my lyrics. And, I love collabs! I have learned so much from them.
  4. Kuya, I really like the message here. Fear does some terrible things. So many people live their whole lives in fear-as is that even living? Some of the lines are powerful-"don't talk too loud or they might hear".. Nice one.
  5. Thanks Paul Yes, a second bite would be great there.
  6. Yes, I think you are on to something. I have done this with other songs but that slipped my mind. Thanks!
  7. Knew a guy like this so i thought I'd write about it. Not sure it is very smooth though. Brought Me Down to Size © 2017 Cindy Prince I had a list Of girls to make I had a plan in place I’d wine and dine Those gals so fine They’d love my perfect face I’d mark them off My flawless list As I conquered one by one What fun I’d have On their behalf I’d have a terrific run But then you came And with your smile My list became ice cold With those sweet lips I lost my grip I know I’ve discovered gold Chorus I had it all wrong You made me see You took my list and tore it up right in front of me Said, “Women can’t be conquered! Women ain’t no prize!” In a matter of seconds You brought me down to size Baby, oh baby- how you brought me down to size Bridge You are a wild one that I can’t resist I’ve already forgotten about my list Baby I was stupid Glad you made me see The error of my ways Your stark take down Brought me around I'm yours for the rest of my days Repeat chorus
  8. Overall a nice one. The first verse seems just a bit more vague than the rest of it to me. The chorus really pulled me in though-my favorite part!
  9. This one made me smile-big! I can just see all of of this playing out in my head. Good one!
  10. Thanks for the comments. I think it can use some improvements-especially the chorus. I will think on it.
  11. I wrote this last fall and it is based on memories and some things made up. I love a good apple! Basketful of Memories © 2016 Cindy Prince Basket of apples Swinging As I tag along singing loudly I'm following my brother Whistling Mama's listening rather proudly Pre Chorus It's early September And oh how I remember those days Chorus We sit beneath the apple tree Mama, Joey, and me I take my first bite The skin is tight On my teeth The juice runs down my chin As I go back again The images are so clear As if I was still sitting there A basketful of memories I'm wearing no shoes Laughing And always chattering too fast I lean against the tree Relaxing The long afternoon has past Repeat pre chorus and chorus
  12. Awww. I feel the longing is in this one. So many great lines Paul. I especially love the bridge-great images. I would love to hear this.
  13. Thanks to you both. I do think simple music for this would work.
  14. Thanks all. It was a fun write and a fun memory.
  15. Thanks! I see what you mean about that last vs and his name. Might be better without any name-more relatable.