The Replacement Part

by Bruce Robert

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While enjoying lighthearted and spirited conversation at your favorite pub, or perusing kitschy boutique merch, the infectious melody and mellow alt rock groove of The Replacement Part will lift your mood and get your booty moving. youtu.be/WPnyQb1-QyU

lyrics

B D B Am F Am C G

B D
It’s the natural order of things

B Am
A dog takes whatever he gets

F Am
It’s a wonder anything works at all

C
With so many moving parts

G
To forget

B D B Am F Am C G

B D
I went back for another go

B Am
In the pool deep and black

F Am
I’m not sure if I should believe it

C
But I’m assured it’s where wisdom

G
Flows

2x Am G

2x Am E G Am

F
Only lately

Am
I might have stumbled

C
Or maybe accidently

G
Ran into a truth

Dm
There’s a door that opens

F
Only from the inside

Am
Stars sparkle brightly

C G
Swirling in the night

F
I’ll try not promise something

Am
I’m pretty sure I can’t deliver

C
Too many times I’ve blurted my opinion
G
Way too fast

Dm
And when you need someone

F
I’ll try to be a friend

Am
Just put some faith in me C G
I have not let you down as of yet

4x Am G

credits

released April 17, 2017
Bruce Robert Singles #4

Produced by Bruce Robert
Engineered by Bruce Robert at Wherever My Computer is Studio, Boise, Idaho USA
Additional Engineering by Jeremy Jensen at The Slopes, Boise, Idaho USA
Mastered by Carl Saff at Saff Mastering Chicago, Illinois USA
Cover photo by Bruce Robert
Covert artwork by Tristan Saunders

1. The Replacement Part

Music and Lyrics: Bruce Robert
Vocals: Sean Samuel Kelly
Lead Guitar: Bruce Robert
Rhythm Guitar: Bruce Robert
Acoustic Guitar: Bruce Robert
Bass Guitar: Bruce Robert
Synths: Bruce Robert
Drum Programming: Bruce Robert

A very special thanks to Sean Samuel Kelly and Jeremy Jensen for lending me their deep well of talent.

Copyright 2017 MusicBy70
All rights reserved

Please visit brucerobert.bandcamp.com

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Bruce Robert Boise, Idaho

Sometimes I feel like my head is radio receiver for random melodies floating around the universe. I have the experience, desire and know-how to take those melodies and create a complete piece of music from it. As long as I can remember, that’s how it’s generally worked for me. I rarely set out to write a song. They just sort of pop into my head, and I give form to the idea. ... more

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