• Artist: BRYAN MASTER
  • Title: Lost Angeles (Joey's Song)
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive
  • Speed: Fast (130-160)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Percussion, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Frustration, Struggle Hardship, Pessimism, Alcohol
  • Lyrics: I've been thinking about this town Where left is right and up is down And will I make it? Or will I fall flat On my ass with an unwanted 'tat'? And all this thinking's made me drink in a fish's-share And it's disheartening to know I'm starting from scratch somewhere Welcome to Lost Angeles And I've been thinking about all these sharks All blood-thirsty and armed with remarks Where 'What do you do?' is an opening-line And your answer determines whether you're worth their time And all this thinking's made me drink in a fish's-share And it's disheartening to know I'm starting from scratch somewhere Come and find me in Lost Angeles And I won't lose my hold on what I used to be And I won't sell my soul for a life of the confused and betrayed And I've been thinking I knew all this before To watch your back, keep your eye on the score So now I'm in it, and I'm playing the game I just hope that I end up the same Cause all this drinking's made me think in a different way And now I'm finding that I'm not minding a word they say So bring on the tats and the fallen-flats and let's pray for rain And all the sharks with their snide remarks will all know my name They came and found me in Lost Angeles
  • Keywords: peppy, cheerful, upbeat, energetic, happy, rock, Bass, Guitar

About BRYAN MASTER

BRYAN MASTER

Los Angeles, CA United States

Bryan Master

LA-based songwriter Bryan Master released his new album FOR PEOPLE LIKE US on 3/15/11 on Bonavox Records.

The album's credits read like an indie-artists' wish list: a duet with Liz Phair, and guest appearances by Jordan Zevon (son of legendary Warren Zevon), Rami Jaffee (founding member of the Wallflowers, and current organist for Foo Fighters), Jonny Polonsky, Chuck Fay (State Radio), Pete Yorn's entire backing band and some of the best session musicians out there.

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