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Let the Song Work on You

from by András Upor

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lyrics

I don’t know which way the world spins ‘round,
but I’ve seen how blues can get you down.
I know you want to hear something new;
I know you’re longing for something true.
And I try, I try, try, try,
but there’s not much I can do.
But tonight, I’ve got just the thing for you;
said tonight, I’ve got just the thing for you.
Come on, let the song work on you.

My guitar’s on fire, and I mean it like it’s true.
My guitar’s on fire, and I mean it like it’s true.
Come on, let the song work on you.

I can see how every morning cripples you;
the news is old and the world is cruel.
Your lunch break is no picnic,
and your afternoon tea tastes spoiled too.
But tonight, I’ve got something good for you;
said tonight, I’ve got something good for you.
Come on, let the song work on you.

My guitar’s on fire, and I mean it like it’s true.
My guitar’s on fire, and I mean it like it’s true.
Come on, let the song work on you.

When you were young, you thought of the future,
it meant all your dreams come true.
But since then, you’ve been schooled;
since then, you’ve been fooled.
And however I sing it, the truth will stay bitter
‘cause the future was sold to the highest bidder.
But tonight, I want you to listen to my songs;
I said, tonight I want you to listen to my songs.
Come on, stomp your feet;
stomp your feet and shout your blues.
Come on, let the song work on you.

My guitar’s on fire, and I mean it like it’s true.
My guitar’s on fire, and I mean it like it’s true.
But it’s no use;
I said it’s no use if the song don’t work on you.

credits

from Let the Song Work on You, released October 2, 2015
music and words by András Upor
guitars and vocals by András Upor
mixing and mastering by Benedek Balogh (Szi Fu)
produced by András Upor, Daniel Micsoda and A. D. Lukacs

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András Upor Budapest, Hungary

András Upor is a singer-songwriter-guitarist based in Budapest, Hungary.
His style has its roots in delta and country blues, but his songs are just as influenced by folk and 60-70s rock music. As a solo artist, his energetic performance, diverse vocal qualities, and expressive guitar playing enables him to fill the stage as if a whole band were present. ... more

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