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Always Never There (c2001)

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File:lyonant.nwc (August 2001) 4 kB
Full name of work:Always Never There (c2001)
Composer:Lyon, Bradford Franklin (1963-), USA
Arranger:Lyon, Bradford Franklin USA
Lyricist:Franklin Lyon
First line:It was another life ago, there was a dance, I didn't want to go
Music category:folk
Instruments:ensemble strings, clarinet (for vocal)
Name of file creator:Bradford Franklin Lyon
e-mail address:franklinlyon "at" ntown "dot" com
Running time:00:04:42
Comments:On the newsgroup, we have a "Songwriting Challenge" every now and then. We agree on a title, and then everyone writes a song with that as a title. In this case, the title was "Always Never There". My take on the song was from the point of view of a woman who lost her young love in WWI. The arrangement is minimal just to demonstrate the harmony.