Back in the Direction of You by Andy Conrad

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  • Artist: Andy Conrad
  • Title: Back in the Direction of You
  • Genre: Rock - Indie Rock, Rock - Alternative Pop, Pop - Alternative Pop
  • Mood: Sentimental/Ballad
  • Speed: Medium Slow (63-78)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Percussion, All Other, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 7/26/2010
  • Lyric themes: Friendship, Missing a Loved One, Being in Love Passion, Family, Communication, Longing
  • Lyrics: Pilot of her heart flies to the start of world again. She's got some soul hands, hey watch the sunrays bend back in the direction of you. You're in black from blonde to heel, oh loving wheel let us carry through. And now you stand with our fate in your hands and all the world begs that you be kind, so don't pretend to be blind. Please unwind woman, we need you bad and more from your loving cup to keep from being had. The cold hands of tomorrow make me miss you tonight, and then twilight strikes in the middle of the day, cuz woman we need you bad. Play out the part with an hourglass heart and turn it over again and again and again. She got some soul hands, hey watch the sunrays bend back in the direction of you. You're in black from blonde to heel, oh loving wheel let us carry through. And now you stand with our fate in your hands and all the world begs that you be kind, so don't pretend to be blind. Please unwind woman, we need you bad and more from your loving cup to keep from being had. The cold hands of tomorrow make me miss you tonight, and then twilight strikes in the middle of the day, cuz woman we need you bad.
  • Keywords: Lo-Fi
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Andy Conrad

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Born. Got Beatles 20 Mostest Bestest as a birthday gift in 6th grade.

I am from Kansas City, a conservative community on the verge of falling into an ocean of grains and pastures.

Many moons ago, I squirreled away some coin and bought a south of the border Strat. I am left-handed and arrived at the fiddle shop wanting a left-handed guitar. The wheelchair-rolling owner advised me to play a right-handed “gee-tar,” because I would ...

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