Goddamn man, put out an album or something. This song right here is great; had heard a portion of it in Eternal Saturday and knew I had to hear it in full. Reminds me a bit of I Was a Maoist Intellectual by Momus, both are catchy and deal with someone who's a bit spoiled and entitled.
Anyway, great effort, and please, please, please make more in this fashion and get on bandcamp or something, goddamn.
A nice song
It's a nice fast paced song that had me laughing a bit. I really like the lyrics in the song because they really work with the vocabulary and really help you imagine a rich, spoiled guy. Although I think that the guitar was a tad bit loud and sort of drowned out the singing just a little bit, but either way it was still nice to listen to.
I really like it when there were parts like at :50 when the strumming becomes lower, it adds a sort of intensity to the song. Really good work with the lyrics and guitar work, I loved it.
Definitely one of my favorites.
This is good country. You've got the right chords and sounds. I dunno what these guys are talkin about. Country isn't about having a drawl or having acoustics and fiddles or whatever. You've got it nailed on the head. And I love the lyrics, I have actually found myself quoting the last line on more than one occasion in conversations.
Thank man, although the last line is supposed to be taken relatively ironically.
Great Song, Love the Lyrics
WTF is useYOURname talking about? Sure this isn't a "traditional" country song...if there is such a thing. I mean if you look at the progression of country music from the turn of the century to the present day, you'll find that it never retained any true form but was constantly changing. Johnny Cash anyone? Now there was a guy who changed the genre! Anyway, in my opinion, country music should be categorized as country music because of its subject matter. This song in particular touches on one of the most common issues of country music, having money and lacking money.
Thanks man. I think useYOURname has one too many chromosomes.
this is not country (even tho i hate country) its more a kids song and u do not have a country voice and theres no elecrtric guitar in country music
If you hate country, then you would have no cause to listen to it. If you don't listen to it, then how can you expect to identify it correctly. There's more to a a genre then just minor aberrations in traditional instrumentation and a fake southern drawl. Since you have no issue with the: melody, harmony, chord progression, lyrics and any other aspect about the song you could have viably criticized, I will assume you are musically illiterate and your opinion isn't worthy of consideration.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.