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NEXT - (by Felix Linden)  Year: 2012
Felix Linden A catchy Pop/Rock Guitar driven song detailing the disparity of rich vs poor and the need for Everybody to kick in and do their fair share. A serious political statement issued to all during these troubled times. Great for any urban scenes and plight driven scenarios. It actually has a guitar solo. Male Vocals, Rock, Melodic Rock
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Rock, Melodic Rock
537263 3:35 Med Slow 82   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Next
Catalog ID: 537263  ISRC: US5UL1223043
Description: A catchy Pop/Rock Guitar driven song detailing the disparity of rich vs poor and the need for Everybody to kick in and do their fair share. A serious political statement issued to all during these troubled times. Great for any urban scenes and plight driven scenarios. It actually has a guitar solo.

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Artist or Group: Felix Linden

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Keywords: Driving anthem for the protest movement. The 99 vs the 1. Rock on!

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Rock Music
       Melodic Rock
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:35   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 82
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Congas, Drum Kit, Bass, Electric Guitar, Electic Piano, Percussion, Baritone Voice, Tenor Voice
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Angry, Buoyant, Confrontational, Contemplative, Disenchanted, Disillusioned, Dramatic, Edgy, Emotional, Energetic, Explosive, Frantic, Groovy, Heartbroken, Helpless, Honest, Hopeless, Moving, Oppressed, Powerful

Styles: 2010s (MMX), Documentary, Film Vocal, Indie, Law & Crime, Political, Radio Production, Section / Credits, TV Vocal, World Sorrow

Lyrical Topics: Family, Politics, Revolution, Suffering, Despair

Lyrics
Next
Defense and Medicare,
Poor man and millionaire
Everyone must get a trim
So have a seat in the chair
Then the barber said
CHORUS: NEXT
Oops, Looks like I nicked you now
NEXT
Relax and read a magazine
NEXT
It’s been growing way too long
NEXT
And it’s time to come clean
Those who working overtime
Folks in unemployment lines
Those who hold a Phd
And the deaf dumb and blind
Barber cried
CHORUS: Repeat

Those of us who’s lives are wrecked
Those depending on a check
Lord knows ain’t nothing colder than
Hot clipper’s on your neck
Still the barber said
CHORUS: Repeat
SOLO:
Don’t you start to sing the blues
Because your cut long overdue
Don’t go thinking it’s unfair
The barber gets a cut too
Then the barber said
CHORUS: Repeat til end
Extended Keywords: Money, power, corruption, poverty, urban, inner city, homeless, profiteering, poor, displaced, disenfranchised, barber, cut, haircut, trim, equality, equal, jobs, unemployment, veterans, streets, overdue, due, disparity, uneven, freedom, tax, taxes, bald, shave, razor, reduce, spending, congress, politics, president, senate, politicians, judges, cash, currency, debt, deficit, cheating, welfare, bailouts, big oil, industry, opportunity, college, disadvantaged, cuts, tax hike, clean, spend, republican, democrat, downtrodden, wealth, wealthy, hunger, hungry, starvation, babies, elderly, medicare, social security, clippers, comb, protest, protesters, wall street occupy, main street, students, unions, labor, sit in, bad haircut,

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