Description : I did this Dylan-esque folk song because Joe Funktastic described an earlier track as sounding a little like his music. Acoustic guitar, harmonica and me singing.

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  1. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Wed 22nd Jul 2020 - 6 months ago

    Sadly I never really got into Dylan. I guess too philosophical and political for my taste, but there's no disputing his talents and popularity as an iconic singer/songwriter and major pop culture figure. Great job though Wayne on the track, you certainly nailed the styling and delivered a very close facsimile in your performance.

    Excellante Mi Amigo !

    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks dude!

  2. terryjmhitsong
    terryjmhitsong on Sat 18th Jul 2020 - 6 months ago


    Reply by theHumps

    I really can't break it down much simpler than this when it comes to my music making and playing and performing. It exposes me as much as anything can i suppose. Although I didn't use my metal contraption that holds the harmonica while recording, I overdubbed, I did try to make it seem i was playing it at the time by not overlapping my vox with it, just a wee bit.



  3. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Fri 17th Jul 2020 - 6 months ago

    I really enjoyed this. A lot. I'm not a political person, nor do I really discuss them. But this is on the money in that arena.

    Not only is this Dylanesque, but the vernacular is very reminiscent of early Tom Waits, and the emotion that fuels it is very Traditional Irish ballad-like.
    I know you said it's a simple song about a simple man, but that may only be in chord progression and lack of backing instruments. When you get into the emotion, and the message, it's actually a very haunting piece. all o that combined with the exposure of vulnerability used almost as a weapon, it's really quite complex.

    I don't know if you intended all of that or if maybe I'm reading too deeply into it...but, either way. It's fully a powerful piece in a style that unfortunately, isn't really used, or even sadder, not taken as seriously as it was the last time protests and politics were a major threat to our society.

    I have to give you kudos for keeping it alive and well.

    Take care, Wayne.

    Reply by theHumps

    Hey man, thanks for telling me how you feel about it.

    Now if I said it was a song about a relationship with a girl gone bad would you have said the same thing? Cuz really it then becomes just another love song.

    Honestly, the reason I mentioned it was a political song in a reply and not the description was I figured most people would think of it as a breakup song as they listened. I wanted people to draw their own conclusions as they listened as to what the song was about. But I still had to make my intentions clear eventually.

    I meant it to be like a Dylan song, in lyrical depth and muse. I am no Dylan or a poet, hell I bet I only know a hundred........words.;) Making the analogy of my dissatisfaction with the status of my country to a relationship has been done a million times before. I just wasn't sure people would see what I was going for if I hadn't mentioned it, maybe too vague.

    I put this together in a day, a couple hours to record it and a couple mix downs. It sounds like real music played honestly and at my skill level, lol. And really that's all I try to do.

    Appreciate the visit!


  4. Centrist
    Centrist on Mon 13th Jul 2020 - 6 months ago

    Man, this got some soul to it. Was peaceful to listen to. Thanks for sharing.

    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks! Simple song about a simple man.


  5. xstokes
    xstokes on Mon 13th Jul 2020 - 6 months ago

    hey wayne, really dig that song structure — esquey but with theHumps own idiosyncrasy. great delivery. i hope the highjackers hear this, if they could ever

    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks man! Simple G, C, D song about Trump and him spreading lies and ignoring the truth.

    All politics aside, he's a douche. lol

    Take care!


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words and music by Wayne the Humps

Looking back on all the good times we've had gone by
Sometimes wonder why you always make me cry
I wonder
You always make me cry
Always make me wipe my eyes
And I am tired of all your lies

Well I have never
Well I have never

Never lost my faith before
Ain't gonna now or never more
You can't hijack my thoughts tonight
You just can't it ain't right

And I won't let you in now
And I won't let you in now

I have never

I have never



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