Blues for David.

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I wrote this as a song, when I could strum a bit, arthritis in my fingers has ended that. My cousins son who has a masters in music played the harp and sang. Then he mixed it at his uni studio. Its fitting this was the last I played. Some know I lost my beautiful son to a rare bone cancer five years ago now. 

Blues for David

 

Woke up this morning

I was feeling blue

Looked to my left

Couldn’t see you

Looked to my right

Thats when I knew

Oh my best buddy

Buddy where are you.

 

I have a million dollars,

And ten tons of gold

That I kept in a locker.

For when us two get old.

But its worth nothing now

Because we’re torn apart

And I know I can’t spend 

I can’t spend my fractured heart.

 

 

 

 

◄ Breathe

Oh America ►

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M.C. Newberry

Sun 2nd Aug 2020 18:45

Reminds me of those old deep South blues numbers - sung by some
guy on his porch while his kin look on.

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LEON STOLGARD

Sun 2nd Aug 2020 15:12

Sincere condolences.



L.S.

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Don Matthews

Sat 1st Aug 2020 23:09

Nicely done...albeit sad

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John Coopey

Sat 1st Aug 2020 21:59

Nice work.

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Paul Sayer

Sat 1st Aug 2020 21:59

Singing and drinking in the Blues.

There are no words in my mind that could do this justice.

Perfection in a few bars.
Paul

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