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Red Stallion

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Lyrics:

On the street
I used to
Pass nearby

There's a man
Holding a cardboard sign
"I was in a band called red stallion"

then he grabbed his old guitar
and started playing

I remember when I wrote this song
Said the man now with a broken smile
I don't cared for cash or being famous

Then he grabbed his old guitar
and started playing
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This is a song that I have been working on for a long time, wanted to do my own vocals once again in this old rock ballad track with the style of dubstep.

This song is really focused on the melodic side instead of distorted sounds. Use your imagination while listening to this track and imagine that you are listening a long guitar solo.

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Can't wait to remix this; please check out my channel to see mine and Acid's song Invincible! Exclusive only to NG till June!

Dragos8

This is amazing! The soft ballad clashing with hardcore dub makes a beautiful child. This is the first song I've heard from you but I believe it won't be the last.

Arright, this song is fucking kickass.

I thought that it might be another one where you clearly put effort into it and it wasn't my thing, wah wah, but nope. This was excellent, and a pleasure to listen to.

I like the drums ^.^

OHH MY GODD! one of your best! The best melody and amazing sing colliding together then that DROP!
I wish i had a EDM guitar like you! This song Rocks! (no pun intended) This song is one of my favorites straight away! the voice was amazing! Totally nailed it!

When is said "Then He Grabbed his old guitar, And he started playing--- Wait.. He played rock and roll drumstep??? O_o anyways i like it.

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Faves:
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Downloads
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Votes
37
Score
4.81 / 5.00

Uploaded
May 8, 2014
3:18 PM EDT
Genre
Dubstep
File Info
Song
9 MB
3 min 50 sec
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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.