48 tracks by H R Music

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Years ago I was riding around on the raggedy motorcycle I had at the time and spotted this girl in a Chevy pickup at the Dairy Queen. She was cute and I pulled in. We talked and laughed and seemed to get along well. Through the years I'd run…
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Had written this a few years back. I liked the concept, but the music didn't seem to fit. I rewrote and added a little harp.
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The title says it all.
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Through the years I've known several men who were told by their wives to grab their two-pair of Levis and hit the road. I always wondered if that happened to me, what would I take, besides my two-pair of jeans?
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A Cheap Peavey Blues' piece. I don't blow much harp, don't have the wind for it, but occasionally I add some simple notes.
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Highway 75 runs north from Dallas up into Oklahoma and God knows where. I have ridden than highway many times on my Harley.
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This is a cover of a song written by my songwriter friend Mike Miller. I always thought he brought a unique perception to his writing. He gave permission for me to cover the piece. You can check him out at: https://www.facebook.com/steven…
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An old song I wrote in 2005, but worked it this time with soft blues.
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Explains itself.
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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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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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