• Artist: Jesse MacLeod
  • Title: In Between Homes
  • Genre: Rock - Roots Rock
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic
  • Speed: Slow (45-63)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/5/2010
  • Lyric themes: Fear, Broken-Hearted, Unrequited Love, Love Lost, Hope, Courage
  • Lyrics: I’ll ignore the devil’s charming gleams/ I’ve got enough things on my mind/ My future is a broken word/ That has yet to be defined/ Success is waiting patiently/ She smiles in the distance with open arms/ Once I hop aboard this moving train/ I’ll enjoy the sights but only when I get that far/ It’s a long and scary road when you’re living in between homes/ There are times where we don’t know, just exactly where we’re going/ We’re either growing up or just growing old/ You’re longing for companionship/ A young man came along/ You gave him all you had to give/ He was everything you’d ever want/ But love can be a thief sometimes/ He can knock you to the ground when you least expect/ Now you’re back to where you were before/ With nothing left to do but sit and recollect/ It’s a long and scary road when you’re living in between homes/ There are times where we don’t know, just exactly where we’re going/ We’re either growing up or just growing old/ The friendships that we used to have/ Have turned into a struggle just to keep in touch/ We put all our effort towards a dream/ Hoping it will be enough/ It’s a long and scary road when you’re living in between homes/ There are times where we don’t know, just exactly where we’re going/ It’s a long and scary road when you’re living in between homes/ We’re either growing up or just growing old/
  • Keywords: sad, soulful, rock, Bass, Guitar
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Jesse MacLeod

Jesse MacLeod

Fullerton, CA United States

In Between Homes EP

Drawing inspiration from the soulful, earnest croons of Amos Lee and the vulnerable, honest confessions of Ray Lamontagne, Jesse MacLeod has developed a voice heavily influenced by the contemporary singer/songwriters of today. Yet he still pays homage to the folk artists of previous generations. As a child he remembers falling asleep to the sound of his old man playing guitar in the living room. The voices and guitar licks from legends such as Muddy Waters, ...

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