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THAT'S THE STORY - (by Sean McCabe)  Year: 2012
Sean McCabe Upbeat story song featuring mandolin, piano, drums, guitar and bass guitar. A kinda country 'Sultans Of Swing', it tells the after-the-break-up story of members of a band that played the Irish pub scene in New York. Perfect for a movie featuring a city pub scene or a pub band on stage. Phone on hold, Male Vocals, Country, CCM
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Country, CCM  
533095 4:34 Medium 118   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: That's the Story
Catalog ID: 533095  ISRC: US5UL1219509
Description: Upbeat story song featuring mandolin, piano, drums, guitar and bass guitar. A kinda country 'Sultans Of Swing', it tells the after-the-break-up story of members of a band that played the Irish pub scene in New York. Perfect for a movie featuring a city pub scene or a pub band on stage. Phone on hold

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Country/Contemporary-Country-Music/Thats-the-Story/533095

Artist or Group: Sean McCabe

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Keywords: upbeat two step country track that tells the after story of a pub band: Party jive line dancing catchy chorus bluegrass mandolin Irish scene Celtic rock Guinnes

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Country Music
       Contemporary Country music
Extended Properties
  Duration: 4:34   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 118
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Banjo, Drum Kit, Mandolin, Piano, Baritone Voice, Bass Guitar, Soprano Voice
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Album: That's The Story
Use Restrictions: Use in pornographic, x-rated, sexually stimulating or similar productions prohibited
Use in products or commercial advocating or advertising use of illegal drugs or tobacco prohibited
Use in religious-themed products, commercials or productions advocating for religion prohibited
Use in satan-worship, devil worship, anti-religion or similar extreme productions prohibited
Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited
Use in ads, commercials or productions advocating a political stance of any kind prohibited
Use in productions featuring violence, gore, torture or similar mayhem prohibited


Moods: Accepting, Adventurous, Bittersweet, Campy, Cheeky, Drunk, Friendly, Funny, Groovy, Lively, Melancholic, Nostalgic, Quirky, Reflective, Rhythmic, Sentimental, Spirited, Street-Smart, Thoughtful, Warm

Styles: 1990s (Nineties), Dance / Line Dancing, Dance / Reel, Film Instrumental, Film Vocal, Indie, Movie Trailer, Phone On-Hold, Restaurant, Saint Patrick's Day

Regions: Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, USA

Lyrical Topics: Life, Smiling, Booze, Good Life, St Patricks Day

Lyrics
That's The Story

Been on the scene for a pretty good while
This man from Longford Town
He's been in every bar around
And now he owns his own

He used to play in a band or two
The pretty whistle player fell for him
He didn't want her he'd sooner drink
Fill up his glass to the brim

(ch) That's The Story, That's the story, That's the story

Good times they had in Queens those days
Never to come again
Now all the Irish are moving back
O when will they return o when

When times are hard as now they are
From Longford to Dromore
Still we're waiting here for you
Just come on through that open door

(ch)

O nothing's changed as you can see
The beerbelly's gotten slightly bigger
Johnny Maloney's still playing round Queens
And Barckow's got a band called Trigger

Twomey works as an elevator guy,
Somewhere on Wall Street
Hanway went to Mullingar
Says he misses the New York heat

(ch)

His banjo's always out of tune
When he plays it at the fairs
But he fell in love with a native girl
Says he misses the New York heat

That's the story the boys in the band
Ten years on or more
He sits at the bar knows he'll never go back
A 'welcome' sign hangs from the door
(ch x 2)
Extended Keywords: happy beat poignant lyrics fast Irish music urban country movie soundtrack Saint Patrick's Day cheerful emigrant song getting older those were the days country music Nashville showband boys in the band Irish movie beer belly banjo country fair Irish ghetto welcome into the parlour nostalgia sentimental fun party I used to be in a band glory days

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