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AND I'D FLY - (by Roller Band)  Year: 2010
Roller Band power ballad great for those scenes where you want to get away from it all. The grass is greener somewhere else: "and I'll Fly into the dark of night"; slow ballad with distorted guitars on the chorus for dramatic effect. 65 BPM, Male Vocals, Pop, Power Pop
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Pop, Power Pop  
433764 3:22 Slow 65   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: And I'd Fly
Catalog ID: 433764  ISRC: US5UL1052648
Description: power ballad great for those scenes where you want to get away from it all. The grass is greener somewhere else: "and I'll Fly into the dark of night"; slow ballad with distorted guitars on the chorus for dramatic effect. 65 BPM

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Pop/Power-Pop/And-Id-Fly/433764

Artist or Group: Roller Band

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Keywords: Life Is Tough Get Away Type Song

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Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:22   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 65
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drums, Bass, Electric Guitar, Strings, Synthesizer
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Bittersweet, Climactic, Enchanted, Forceful, Humble, Inspiring, Magical, Meaningful, Mystical, Powerful

Styles: Ballad, Drama / 30-Something, Drama / Mature, Fairy Tale, Romantic Epic, Section / Finale, World Harmony, World Sorrow

Lyrical Topics: Loss / Losing, Love, Magic, Longing, Despair

Lyrics
I could see the New York Skyline from the Jersey shore
The steel climbing to the clouds and I dreamed of seeing more
I could almost touch Miss Liberty from my window pane
but it might as well been a million miles away

and I'd fly over to the other side
over the river, over the buildings and into the dark of night
Mary Jane would comfort me and I would touch the sky
and I'd leave the troubled world far below and I'd fly

In '68 I was melting in the Mekong sun
there was no place to hide and there was no where to run
but in my darkest times Mary would call out my name
sometimes to make sense of it all you have to go insane

and I'd fly over to the other side
over the rainbow, over the horizon and into the dark of night
and Mary Jane would comfort me and keep me safe from harm
and she'd take me home where life was safe and warm

and now there's one more journey one last train to ride
there's a shadows hanging over me telling me it's almost time

and I'll fly over to the other side
over the rivers, over the mountains and into the dark of night
and Mary is no longer here but I'll try to endure the pain
and I'll face the jury on judgement day and take it like a man
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