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You're My Little Vietnam (ft Ray McGinnis on bass) (remixed 19th Aug 14)

Phil McWalter on July 23, 2013 13:42

Funk Rock

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    You're My Little Vietnam

    We all wonder who you are
    Americium (241)too far gone
    Underground the crystal hums
    Dried out oceans, numbers, sums...

    You're my little Vietnam
    You're my little Vietnam

    Diamond rays of sunken sun
    Warm me with plutonium
    Salt dried fish, we drive our cars,
    Over the transuranic little stars

    You're my little Vietnam
    You're my little Vietnam
    Agent Orange, napalm balm

    You're my little Vietnam
    You're my little Vietnam

    © July 2013 Philip McWalter

    Featuring the inspirational #Ray McGinnis on slap bass. Brilliant stuff. Check out where the salt crystal radioactive inspiration comes from here (amazing!): AND please put a comment about his bass playing via this link:
    Ray volunteered to add slap to the embryonic 'Mama Please make Me Funky' and I bit his hand off. Luckily he could still play. Collaboration; it's cooler than a tangerine and a walnut in a large sock. Once Ray sent his bass line over I was inspired to add the funky rhythm guitar. You have to walk a Nile (Rodgers) in another man's shoes… then it was a 9/4 dance number (!) that just needed some vocals and no-one was looking, I was all alone…

    Later, my wife thought of adding twinkle, twinkle… (5.05) :-)


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