• Artist: Amelia Blake
  • Title: Are You Calling
  • Genre: Country - Classic
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic, Sentimental/Ballad
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Mourning, Existential Quandry, Missing a Loved One, Longing, Loneliness
  • Lyrics: It's just a flash in the corner of my eye Something moving, a shadow passing by It's all I ever see A ringing phone in the middle of the night Pick it up, there's no one on the line And there's a voice that haunts my dreams Chorus: Daddy are you calling Did you know your little girl's in need Oh, Daddy are you calling I'm listening, won't you talk to me The first long year that you were cold I knew you were near, I felt it in my soul And the smell of sweet tobacco in the air But thirteen more have come and gone And I have to wonder, now it's been so long Are you still here Chorus Bridge: 'Cause I need more than shadows, yeah I need some answers Is there something that you know 'Cause if you don't, leave me alone Just leave me alone repeat first verse and chorus
  • Keywords: americana, Bass, Guitar, Nashville
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About Amelia Blake

Amelia Blake

Bossier City, LA United States

California native Amelia Blake combines folk/rock, singer/songwriter introspection and alternative country to form a sound that is all her own. The ninth of ten daughters, she’s been playing guitar and writing songs since childhood, heavily influenced by the standards of both her parents’ and grandparents’ musical eras, as well as the sixties’ folk sounds she learned at her older sisters’ feet. The granddaughter of a vaudeville musician and the daughter of a musician father and ...

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