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Acoustic Prayer - (Soft Pop Waltz)














Credits:
AKG - Author music, and lyrics
The Funge - Stringed Quartet
Marc - Acoustic guitar, vocal
Keeper - Drums, mix

To this world that we've known, a child will be born
A bond has been made that cannnot be torn
Let this brave hearted woman, and her innocent child
Find all of the treasures you have in store

May this prayer find her in peace
For in her loving arms will a beautiful child lay asleep
She whispers in her ear, a sacred lullabye of love for her

The pains of growing up, I know you feel it for two
And it's harder to figure out what's best to do
But even through the dark, I know you'll follow your heart
And never let harm touch your loved one

May this prayer find her in peace
For in her loving arms will a beautiful child lay asleep
She whispers in her ear, a sacred lullabye of love for her

May the child be as beautiful as her mother.

© 2007 Tad (AKG)
Produced at F-Jam Online Musical Studios

5 comments:

ezhuks said...

Although this sounds "clearer" and "crispier" than the original, the raw feel is lost.
Also, could you please post the chords ? I'm dying to play this myself. Thanks!

Keeper said...

Ummm this IS the original my friend.... RAW feel on a waltz? I don't think so....

ezhuks said...

You're mistaken.
This is the original - http://www.kompoz.com/compose-collaborate/home.track.project?trackId=1338
This ( can't really point to a right track, it's in Tracks > Brushes & Quartet ) is the version with shuffle drums and strings similar to version we can hear on this site, but the vocals and the guitar is still from original recording - http://www.indabamusic.com/sessions/416757481/817

Keeper said...

Well you got me there. I didn't know Tad had posted the song there. This version was done with his blessing. Haven't heard from him since he moved to Japan.

If you could reach him he'd be the one to give you the chords...

ezhuks said...

Well, there's also Marc, who, I suppose, got the chords so he could play them :)