If my song writing comfort zone lives at about 70 beats per minute, it’s nice to double it now and then. This one is 144. A fun change of pace.

I like this one. I don’t love it. I doubled the voice in the chorus because I wanted to add a harmony but I couldn’t find one that worked. Doubling was my way of giving up. I used a Big Muff Pi style pedal on the lead guitars. Earlier today I was on a guitar gear group Facebook page where someone was arguing that Big Muffs aren’t Fuzz pedals because they don’t clean up when you turn down the volume control on the guitar. I fought back. I mean, not only is a Big Muff a fuzz, in my book it’s THE fuzz. Case closed.

All of the guitars are a Gibson ES-335 Pro. All guitar tracks used both a Vox AC15 and a Fenderbassbreaker for a duel mono amp rig. The rhythm guitars used a Klon KTR pedal while the leads used the Klon and a Wren and Cuff Tri Pi ’70 pedal, which happens to be a clone of the original Triangle Big Muff Pi fuzz pedal.

I don’t know what comes after
just so it gets here faster
everyone thing filled with laughter
straight on to the next chapter

verse 1
nothing left to say nothing left to do
give it all away nothing left for you
did you hear the words that he said to them
we comndemn the hate but we’re overwhelmed

verse 2 and 3
have to take the pain that he’s dishing out
that’s the way it is, what it’s all about
I don’t have to tell you it’s on the way
an untimely end to another day

coming for you 4x

Translate this for me please

    • 94.5 bpm
    • Key: Bm
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