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NEW YEAR'S EVE BLUES - (by Bamford Stevens)  Year: 2011
Bamford Stevens Down and out on New Year's Eve, with the realization that the past year has been a disappointment. A mournful male vocal offers blues music to accompany a scene in a down-and-out Winter holiday production or in a romantic breakup or romantic comedy film/TV production. Male Vocals, Blues, Chicago Blues
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Blues, Chicago Blues
505574 2:12 Slow 75   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: New Year's Eve Blues
Catalog ID: 505574  ISRC: US5UL1155194
Description: Down and out on New Year's Eve, with the realization that the past year has been a disappointment. A mournful male vocal offers blues music to accompany a scene in a down-and-out Winter holiday production or in a romantic breakup or romantic comedy film/TV production.

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Artist or Group: Bamford Stevens

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Keywords: singin' the blues sad lonesome nostalgic regretful dejected depressed sorrowful lugubrious reflective thoughtul

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Blues Music
       Chicago Blues
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:12   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 75
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drums, Piano, Double Bass
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Released as a single
Moods: Accepting, Anguished, Apprehensive, Defeated, Depressed, Disenchanted, Disillusioned, Disturbing, Lonely, Moody, Mournful, Nostalgic, Painful, Pensive, Reflective, Regretful, Sad, Slow, Thoughtful, Tragic

Styles: Bluesy, Club / Bar / Lounge, Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Vocal, Movie Trailer, New Year's Eve, Romantic Breakup, Romantic Comedy, Section / Credits, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Lonely, Relationships, Sorry, Blues, Despair

Lyrics
Don’t sing ‘auld lang syne’ for me, baby
I’m all alone on New Year’s Eve.
Just got four walls and a goldfish
Here to keep me company.
Got a chest-full o’ heart-ache
Just thinkin’ ‘bout what used to be.

Ol’ landlord come a-knockin’
He’s tap-tap-tappin’ at my door.
Tol’ him I dropped a check in the mailbox
He says: ‘Man, I’ve heard that one before’.
Tells me I got two more days to pay up
Or he won’t be my landlord anymore.

Ever since my baby left me
I’ve been as sad as sad can be.
I’ve got only one companion,
His name is Mister Misery.
There ain’t no two ways about it,
Gotta scrounge up some better company.
Extended Keywords: end of the year looking back with regret breakup lost love acoustic piano bass guitar drums

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