I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You're Near)
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By Archeaglefly 14 in the Style of Michael McDonald
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In This Version - after singing the Lead part, I'm featuring the 2nd Lead (or Duet Partner) through Video to represent the character in the scenario that follows: ___________________________________ A chance meeting happens - Again - on the Trolley Car that is rolling down the hill (in the animated background)! Lost and forlorn, the video represents a character who yearns as he re-imagines the loss while in his apartment downtown. The ad lib's and supporting lyrics creates the euphoric and not so good vibes, one typically experiences through a break-up that is questionable? That longing desire! Ultimately, realizing the issue is unrealistic, it begins to hurt as it overwhelms as reality makes it clearer, that time goes on. The Trolley Car continues down the street, moves away and the intensity of the music expresses the heartfelt agony. ___________________________________ If you've followed music for a long time, or know, just because - well, you probably know the American artist - Michael McDonald. What a great voice and contributor to the music industry and beyond this man brings. You may recall my recording of "Minute by Minute" cover of the The Doobie Brothers track. http://www.singsnap.com/karaoke/watchandlisten/play/b4858d351 As noted in the introduction on that release, Michael McDonald was the lead singer on many of the Dobbie's popular pieces. This track is part of his first solo album ("If that's What it Takes"), after leaving the group. A Part of the "Blue-Eyed Soul" legacy, his genre also includes; Soft and Pop Rock, as well as Funk! Michael McDonald released this hit in 1982 which he wrote co-wrote with, Ed Sanford of the Sanford Townsend Band who, foster a similar groove, as heard in their "Hour of Love" release. Covered by many artist and media alike - I had to take this one on and incorporate into my Library of Music. ;) Thanks for stopping by!