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KEY WEST RIDER (WITH BRUCE KULA) - (by Colin Ward)  Year: 2011
Colin Ward A motorcycle accident inspired this poignant song. Someone had been drinking and riding and paid the ultimate price. The song is not preachy but does get a message across by stating facts. A biker show or a motorcycle training film would benefit from Key West Rider. Male Vocals, Rock, Acoustic Rock
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track (Vocal) - Rock, Acoustic Rock
480732 3:56 Med Slow 84   
Variation (Instrumental version) - Rock, Acoustic Rock
480734 3:57 Very Fast 170   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Key West Rider (With Bruce Kula)
Catalog ID: 480732  ISRC: US5UL1131904
Description: A motorcycle accident inspired this poignant song. Someone had been drinking and riding and paid the ultimate price. The song is not preachy but does get a message across by stating facts. A biker show or a motorcycle training film would benefit from Key West Rider.

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Artist or Group: Colin Ward

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Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Rock Music
       Acoustic Rock
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:56   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 84
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Cello, Drum Kit, Bass, Electric Guitar, Organ
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Have You a Taste
Moods: Anguished, Cautious, Dark, Disturbing, Dramatic, Edgy, Flowing, Helpless, Meaningful, Meditative, Moody, Moving, Painful, Powerful, Reflective, Regretful, Sad, Sensitive, Solemn, Striking

Styles: Documentary, Drama / 20-Something, Drama / 30-Something, Drama / Mature, Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Vocal, Radio Production, Requiem, Section / Credits, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Beach, Death, Falling, Motorcycle, Streets / Roads

Lyrics
Key West Rider

Copyright © 2010 Colin Ward


V1
On Bay Pines Highway leading to the mainland
A rider passed me by and waved his hand
A while ago I saw him at a beach bar
Drinking beer and listening to a band

V2
Green light, dumped the clutch and he was gone
He made it to the curve heading home
He lost it on the shoulder, won't get any older
The guardrail tossed him high and broke his bones

Ch
He was a Key West rider, wind blowing on his smile
Tossed his cares away one shining day
Hung out with his friends 'til he couldn't make the bend
Won't be heading down that way again
Key West Rider, Key West Rider
Won't be heading down that way again

V3
I came up to him sprawled out in the left lane
Somehow I knew he'd never ride again
His bike was lying broken, not a word was spoken
His helmet spinning fifteen feet away

Ch

Instrumental

Br
He probably was dreaming 'bout his ride
A Yamaha with tires 10 inches wide
Brilliant custom paint job, an image of his heart throb
He loved his bike and rode with style and pride

Ch
Extended Keywords: clutch curve shoulder guardrail broken helmet
n Bay Pines Highway mainland
rider passed me by waved his hand
Drinking beer listening band
Green light, dumped clutch he was gone
curve heading home
lost it shoulder older
The guardrail tossed high broke bones
wind blowing smile
Tossed cares away shining day
Hung out friends make bend
heading down way again

sprawled out lane
Somehow I knew he'd never ride again
broken, word spoken
His helmet spinning fifteen feet away
dreaming ride Brilliant custom paint job image heart throb
style pride


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