Written/Posted by Marc Nerenberg
- Play count: 94
Size: 5,471kb, uploaded 2/17/2010 6:29:25 PM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Unknown/None Chosen
An original song from my long out-of-print children's album, "That Lion" (1985). The name in the title is that of a real little girl that I knew at the time I wrote it. (Her parents had divorced and her mother had remarried, so she carried her mother's surname, along with those of her father and step-father). The rhythms of the banjo are so eccentric in this song that two differen guitar players tried to follow me unsuccessfully. But oddly, one had no trouble with the verses, but couldn't get the chorus, and the other had no trouble with the chorus, but couldn't get the verses. So I cut back and forth between the two of them in the mix. It sounds like one guitar though, to me.
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