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Here's a song i just wrote. It's a Southern Rock/Blues type style. I was inspired by The Allman Bros. Band, CCR, and The Doors. Crit for cirt of course. Thanks for the help. I'm also open to suggestions on the title.

I feel it the tension of the quarrel,
Weary of the brawl, I will stand tall.
Sirens sweetly singing in the night,
Running, running from the fight.

Feelin’ my hardship, but life intervenes,
Fixed my troubles from a sight unseen.
Lord, look what she’s been doin’ to me,
Goin’ down south, where I can be free.

Between the anvil and the hammer,
I already see that black and white glamour.
And I don’t know if I’ll make it through.
I may be singing them big house blues.

Between the anvil and the hammer,
I already see that black and white glamour.
And I don’t know if I’ll make it through.
I may be singing them big house blues.

Woke up this morning to see red and blue,
Comin’ for me baby, all because of you.
Please forgive me baby, I didn’t mean it,
But messin’ around ain’t something I’d permit.

Some sour tears burning lately.
It ain't good lookin' baby,
I’m leavin’ this place behind.
Until it’s just time out of mind.

Between the anvil and the hammer,
I already see that black and white glamour.
And I don’t know if I’ll make it through.
I may be singing them big house blues.

Between the anvil and the hammer,
I already see that black and white glamour.
And I don’t know if I’ll make it through.
I may be singing them big house blues.

Lord, it was never meant to be three.
But it’s 'cause you mean that much to me,
I've done more than I can amend
We’ll be together soon, in the end.

Between the anvil and the hammer,
I already see that black and white glamour.
And I don’t know if I’ll make it through.
I may be singing them big house blues.

Between the anvil and the hammer,
I already see that black and white glamour.
And I don’t know if I’ll make it through.
I may be singing them big house blues.
Last edited by Ramblin'_Man at Mar 18, 2007,