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Songwriting - Acoustic Music - Song 543: Where the Sad Winds Blow

 

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[verse 1]
Losing somebody you love
taken away by a God that lives above
it's making you wonder what is right or wrong
it's making you wonder if life's but a sad song

 

[chorus]
So please try to understand
what it's like to lose a friend
whenever I think of him
I feel left all alone
like a child in the dark
with a hole in my heart
where the sad winds blow

 

[verse 2]
My life has changed since he's been gone
and there is nothing I can do to bring him back home
I went to the land where they buried my friend
talked to the wise man, needed a helping hand

 

[chorus]
So please try to understand
what it's like to lose a friend
whenever I think of him
I feel left all alone
like a child in the dark
with a hole in my heart
where the sad winds blow

 

[tin whistle and fiddle solo]

 

[chorus]
So please try to understand
what it's like to lose a friend
with all this loneliness inside
All I do is killing time
Tell me how to rip the tide

 

[chorus]
So please try to understand
what it's like to lose a friend
whenever I think of him
I feel left all alone
like a child in the dark
with a hole in my heart
where the sad winds blow
where the sad winds blow

 

 
Writer(s):

© Eric Geurts (lyrics), Nathalie

Vangronsvelt (lyrics, music)


Artist(s): Yanah

Artist Country: Belgium

Language(s): English

Description:

A sad, intimate, acoustic fingerpicking guitar song with a Celtic/Irish vibe about someone who is lost to you forever.


Theme(s):

Death, Loss, Loneliness, Friendship, Funeral


Explicit Content? NO

Style(s): Tragedy

Genre(s):

Singer-Songwriter, Folk, European, Dramatic


Subgenre(s):

Folk Singer-Songwriter, Finger-Picked Guitar, Irish Music, Celtic Music, Sad Music


Mood(s):

Sad, Mournful, Emotional, Helpless, Hopeless, Lost, Melancholic, Questioning, Subtle, Tender


Tempo: Medium Slow

BPM (Beats per Minute): 90

Original Key: D

Duration: 4:09 

Format: Singer-Songwriter 

Tonal Quality: Acoustic

Vocal Mix: Female vocals

Featured Instrument(s): acoustic guitars (fingerpicking), fiddle, tin whistle

Sounds like: Kansas ("Dust in the Wind"), the Corrs

Year Recorded: 2002

Publishing: Available (currently Flying Snowman Publishing)

PRO:

SABAM / Online Depot (Belgium) - IP 00132036716


ISRC code: BEX170300015

Master Owner: Flying Snowman Records

Youtube link: https://youtu.be/fWVGzH8F5vE

Soundcloud link: https://soundcloud.com/flying-snowman/543-where-the-sad-winds-blow 

Website: https://www.flyingsnowman.com

Song URL: https://www.flyingsnowman.com/543

Contact e-mail: email 

Contact phone: phone

 

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