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Hi Guy s  ``Fake´´    has been mixed down by a fab chap called John Hughes from Doncaster he also played Bass, brass, and incidental piano he really did a top job on this and we have collaberated on a couple of other things   .... I think this the only song I have thats been mixed down properly . cheer`s now  

 

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11 hours ago, David Sprouse said:

Can you post lyrics?  

     Key - 3 (A)                Fake                 Paul D Bush

 Intro (1-2) Riff x 2 (3-10)

  (F#m) (11-18)          (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)

 Hey Hey Hey, better watch what you. say say say.

  (F#m)                     (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)

    No,NoNo,   Better watch where you go go go

           (Bm7) (19-24 )                     (Cm#7)

         Dont believe all they,    try to tell you

     (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)

    It´s  propogander that they`ll try and sell you

    (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)

     Read all about it.. they will try to blind you

(25-32)

    (F#m)            (Dbm)    (Bm )    (F#m)(Bm (Dbm7)                           

     Read between            those scribbled  lines  

     (F#m)           (Dbm)    (Bm )    (F#m)(Bm)(Dbm7) 

     Look behind                       their twisted smiles

     (F#m)           (Dbm)    (Bm )    (F#m)(Bm)(Dbm7)

     Theyre Sugar coated           so you´ll be fine

    (G)                         (A)      (Db7)              (F#m)

   Do dod do              Do dodo                do do dooo

 

 (F#m)                     (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)     

Fake Fake Fake,dont you what`s at stake stake stake

 (F#m)                     (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)

No,NoNo,better watch who you phone phone phone

           (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)

        There´s no use in blindly believing

          (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)

    Every line they write is clearly deceiving 

       (Bm7)                           (Cm#7)

    Read all about it the lying and scheaming

 (F#m)            (Dbm)    (Bm )    (F#m)(Bm (Dbm7)

    Read between those seductive lines

(F#m)            (Dbm)    (Bm )    (F#m)(Bm (Dbm7)

     Close your eyes     open your mind

(F#m)            (Dbm)    (Bm )    (F#m)(Bm (Dbm7)

  Theyre Sugar coated          so you´ll be fine

(G)                         (A)      (Db7)              (F#m)

   Do dod do              Do dodo                do do dooo

Bridge (Db7)                                       (Bm)       

        They  just  push  their own agenda

        (Db7)                                       (F#m)

   The spying, Stasi tactics, digging the dirt  

          (Dm)                                     (A)

      They say  Its all in the name of freedom

       (Bm7)                                                                    

     While they`re hacking and tapping the lines

        (E)                                             (F)

   If you complain their lawyer will bleed you dry                    

                               …....solo.......                             

     Shake,shake,shake, watch out  they gonna

             shake shake shake you down

 

                               …....Fade......

This song was inspired by the Milly dowler story and many other s who were hacked by the media and destroyed by headline grabing lies another story was   of christopherJefferies destroyed but the gutter press and many others ..dont believe a word of it

 

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Thanks for the nice comments , John Hughes really put the hour`s in on this  one , makes all the difference cheers

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2 hours ago, David Sprouse said:

What a great song!  I enjoyed that :D:D

Thanks david ........I have no idea what an ;D;D is but cheers anyway , DD thats got me thinking

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Very cool - I enjoyed the listen on this one - catchy tune and I liked the lead vocal. The brass worked well in this one.

The mix sounded quite nice to my ears - radio ready.

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hi thanks douglas ,.........radio ready!  wow now the would be something cheers Paul

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Great song and great work by John Hughes. The mix is top notch to my ears. Also, I like the 'a tribute to the eighties' tag because it reminds me that there was more than hair-metal music going on in the 80's.

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Mix works here, not so much my things but it is well produced and played, thanks for sharing.

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