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TIMES OF OUR LIVES - (by Doug Kidder)  Year: 2012
Doug Kidder 1920's folk style waltz retro typical cliche' love song with single instrument and voice in a singer/songwriter genre nice old time melody simple no production suitable for broadcast, Male Vocals, Folk, Folk Oldies
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Folk, Folk Oldies
543588 1:48 Med Slow 100   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Times of Our Lives
Catalog ID: 543588  ISRC: US5UL1228520
Description: 1920's folk style waltz retro typical cliche' love song with single instrument and voice in a singer/songwriter genre nice old time melody simple no production suitable for broadcast

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Artist or Group: Doug Kidder

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Keywords: guitar and vocal only

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Folk Music
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Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:48   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 100
   Arrangement: Solo
   Instruments: Guitar, Tenor Voice
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Delicate, Easy, Friendly, Fun, Heartening, Innocent, Kind, Light, Lively, Loving, Mellow, Positive, Retro, Schmaltzy, Sensitive, Slow, Sweet, Tender, Touching, Warm

Styles: 1920s (Roaring Twenties), 1930s (Thirties), Early Music, Film Vocal, Movie Trailer, Romantic Comedy, Romantic New Love, Section / Credits, Soundscape, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Love, Romance, Affection, Happy, Philosophical

Lyrics
Times Of Our Lives
copyright 2012 Doug Kidder

Love me or leave me
It's all up to you
Just know - I'd always be true

Take me forsake me
Whatever you do
Just know - I'll always love you

There'll be times in the sunshine
There'll be times in the rain
Times we'll be laughing
Times we'll feel pain
When it's all over
I'm sure you'll agree
That those were the times of our lives

repeat verse I and II
I've always been true
I always love you
Extended Keywords: Roaring 20's multiple use song of cliche' regarding love at the beginning of the communication age great for enhancing any love theme from any era with an old-fashioned innocence from a time long ago think Rudy Vallee mixed with Jason Mraz

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