44 tracks by H R Music

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Years ago I was in Houston to take a physical for a job. While downtown I noticed a bunch of fine looking women hanging around a plaza. I guess they were paralegals, secretaries or business women taking a break. The view was spectacular.
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Been experimenting with an old, cheap, Peavey guitar and amp I rescued from a dusty old barn.
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A lost love song, done on my cheap Peavey guitar and amp.
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I lived in the Red River area of north Texas just south of Lake Texoma for many years. It's a growing area, like most of Texas now, but at one time it was the best kept secret in the state. Also the latest addition to the Cheap Peavey Blues.
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Another Cheap Peavey Blues' piece. I really don't have the rhythm or voice for blues, but I enjoy listening to it and writing my own.
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The second song in the Cheap Peavey Blues category. I wrote it years ago. Liked the premise and lyrics but never could come up with a chord run that I really liked or seemed to fit.
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I liked the lyrics but couldn't come up with a chord run I liked. I've got an old Peavey amp I rescued from a barn and a cheap foreign made Peavey guitar that had a broken plastic nut. I made a steel nut for it and use the guitar and amp for…
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Short, acoustic blues' ditty.
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Short diddy that came to me awhile back.
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My mom was a lifeguard when she was young and I was swimming long before I was old enough to go to school.
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It seems everybody is into working out ... except me.
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I was visiting my mother's grave in the rural town where I went to high school. While strolling through the cemetery I came across Deana's headstone. She passed on during her first year in high school, if memory serves. Sometimes the good really…
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The Interstate Highway system was started in the mid-50s at the height of the Baby Boom era. It was a virgin ribbon of highway stretching out in all directions. We couldn't wait to explore it.
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If you were to come over to my house and watch television you would think it was 1963.
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Didn't want to write this song … I figured there were one-thousand songwriters (here in north Texas alone) that were stuck at home and writing goofy songs about the virus. But, it wouldn't leave me alone, so I recorded it to get it out of my head.
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All my life people have told me if you want to make money buy property. This song is about my first real estate investment.
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It tells itself.
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