The singer tries to trade his guitar for cash at a pawnshop but is disgusted by the offer and plays for tips instead. Acoustic bluesy song featuring cool guitar licks and pawnshop lyrics. Suitable for TV shows featuring pawnshops. Male Vocals, Blues, East Coast Blues
Track Summary Music Track Title: Cigarettes and Gasoline Instrumental Catalog ID: 480633 ISRC: US5UL1131816
Description: An acoustic guitar instrumental with a bluesy feel. Cool guitar licks in a laid back style. Vocal version is about a pawn shop and the instrumental would provide a great background for a pawnshop TV show. A biker background too.
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Styles: 1940s (Forties), 2010s (MMX), Backwoods / Folksy, Bluesy, Club / Bar / Lounge, Dramatic Soundtrack, Early Music, Film Instrumental, Honky Tonk, TV Instrumental
Extended Keywords: slither slick tuning drop D man tambourine stereo fingerstyle Walked nto a pawn shop, Tempted sign, Cash tambourine tools, Smell the sweat Finally reached the man, Clutching Sir baby bring offered forty dollars who do you think you are? Still So I went outside people rolling by Watching for the cop say I'm homeless still got tips I sing my songs Not sure how I got here hit a slippery slope my rope sit outside on the corner, Banging out tune case open got some beans, work for me, in the mood,