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Gerald Wiebe
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OK, its a little sloppy, but I think you'll get the gist of what I was going for here. This is just chorus, bridge, chorus. I'm leaning toward another chorus repeat and fade out. IDK. I think it lends itself to the context of the lyrics somewhat.http://mfi.re/listen/rvlbt3uhsvc7t66/Angel_In_Nashville_bridgetest.mp3Tomorrow I'll try something different. See how that goes....
Tracy Hutchison
.Posted in GROUP COLLABORATION
Yes, I like that. Are you saying (from your previous post) that verse two needs a rewrite to make it fit?
Gerald Wiebe
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Tracy Hutchison [PHPFOX_PHRASE]core.said[/PHPFOX_PHRASE]Yes, I like that. Are you saying (from your previous post) that verse two needs a rewrite to make it fit? Yes, although I've already made some adjustments. Sorry, I should have posted them before this.A few subtle changes in v1 and then, looking for the positive spin on this, v2 helps to change the meaning of the chorus without writing a new chorus. V1 It was a cold night in Nashville, as she stepped out of the cab Free spirit, hiding from life  Huddled on a park bench, holding all she had Fallen angel waiting for sunrise  Odds aren’t good that things are gonna changeBecause of what she’s heard them say  chShe came to town to make the rounds Belting out that Country soundThought that stardom could be found But all that getting knocked around Has left her feeling like a clown Turned her smile into a frown Put her feet back on the ground  V2Was a time she had it good, she was Nashville’s girlSomeone told her she’ll go far  Finds herself in olive drab, alone in this world Angel waiting in the dark   (But)Her mind is made up that things are gonna changeIn spite of what she’s heard them say  ch She came to town to make the roundsBelting out that Country soundThought that stardom could be found But all that getting knocked around Has left her feeling like a clown Turned her smile into a frown Put her feet back on the ground