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You Never Know (The Forks)

Mountain Songs on September 11, 2013 19:16

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    YOU NEVER KNOW (The Forks)
    Composer: Riley B. King / Joe Bihari
    Recorded Summer 2008 / Post Production 2011

    Another track from The Forks and good proof that Brian and John hadn’t lost any of their blues finesse. Bri had dalliances with many a musical style yet he would always return to his first love, the music he’d bought his ‘59 Les Paul to play. Blues was home.
    He kept that guitar (purchased, by the way, from Selmers in Charing Cross Road for the vast sum of £148 on 28th September ’65 – I still have the HP agreement) for many years and when I picture him, it is always with that machine around his neck, belting out one of his beautifully crafted solos.

    Well you’ll never know how you hurt me, baby
    How bad I feel inside
    You’ll never know how you hurt me
    How bad I feel inside
    I believed you when you said you loved me
    But I know you lied

    And when I lay down in darkness
    I keep hearin' your sweet voice
    When I lay down in darkness, babe
    I keep hearin' your sweet voice
    And I remember you at church, woman, oh, and how I rejoice

    A lot of people talkin'
    And I don't care what they say
    I realise a lot of people are talkin', baby
    And I don't care what they say
    I’m no good without you and I want you home to stay

    If you ever change your mind, babe
    Won't you please come on home
    If you ever change your mind
    Won't you please come on home
    I'm no good without you
    And you're no good to me gone

    Brian Reeves: Guitar, Vocals.
    John Lancaster: Keyboards

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