All I Ever

 

With my recording upgrades on hand it was time to figure out how to use everything. What better way than to record a song I originally wrote in 1994. The song itself was one of my first attempts to write solo, so it has significance in that, however I never liked it. It was kind of a schmaltzy love song that went nowhere. When I ran across it going through my archives I almost ignored it. Then the idea came to me to do a sort of fusion of Eddie Cochran & The Clash. It’s not great, but it is fun & was fun to make. I kept the timing pretty much straight up, creative limitations forced by a lack of knowledge. I feel it could use a change up in the middle, a proper bridge or something more / smoother than I added at the last second, but that is for a later project. I’ve toyed with the idea of working on it for another week, but I figure you can only polish a turd so much 😉 I’m ready to move onto recording something different.

One thing that I noticed when working on this project, is that I have been slacking on my guitar playing too much recently. All this writing & reading has made by chops rusty. It took me ages to record the solo & I am still very dissatisfied with it. Regular practice is going to need to be on the to do list if my new recording music hobby is not going to drive me insane.

 

 

If I could be all I wanted to be

All it’d be is just you & me

 

All it ever could be

All it ever should be

All it ever could be is you & me

 

All my dreams they don’t mean a thing

‘cause you’re the one that’s machining me sing

All my dreams they don’t mean ….

‘cause you’re the one that’s been making me tick

 

All it ever could be

All it ever should be

All I want from life is you & me

 

It doesn’t matter what people say

And it doesn’t matter what people think

Not it doesn’t matter what people say

Because all that matters to me is your love

 

All it ever could be

All it ever should be

All it ever could be is you & me

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