An old song of mine

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    Jeremykeys

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    Today at 8:45 in the morning here in frozen Toronto it minus 8 outside. Can anybody please tell me what's going on? That's with the wind chill so it's actually a bit warmer but certainly not spring weather.
    I figured we all need a bit of summer so here's a song I wrote 4 or 5 years ago about summer. I had the chord structure together for a long time before suddenly while driving out in the back country with my wife the lyrics came pouring out. I had her quickly jot them down on a napkin! When I got home I went into my studio and this is what came out. A song about all of the good times we had WAAAAYYY back when we were younger! The early 1700's for some of us!:p
    Hope you like it and feel warmer than I do today!

    https://soundcloud.com/jeremykeys/motherlode
     
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    happyrat1 Destroyer of Eardrums!!!

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    According to the forecasts, we're in for this frozen meat pie of a climate for another two weeks before it finally warms up to seasonal temperatures...

    This summer we've definitely got to get together for a couple of beers at the local showbar just around the corner from my place.

    Your tune already has me in the mood :)

    The slide guitar definitely reminds me of 70's blues bands. :)

    Gary ;)
     
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    Becky Administrator

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    I think I found the answer...

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    ;)

    I like the composition, it has a sunny feel (unlike the weather) :)
     
    Becky, Apr 6, 2018
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