Tim Whybrow - Don't Destroy It For Me (Ft. Adina Purton) (Original song)





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Uploaded on Aug 27, 2011

Hi guys, here's an original I wrote and recorded this week. I was unable to sing the high parts in key because I wanted to get the harmonica in there, so I grabbed my great friend Adina to sing the verses.

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Every artist has different opinions shapes and views
The topics vary depending on the moveable tunes
But a question I confront I have withheld
why should we compete a euphoric feature of this world

the love and hate, the moods it creates
the messages we can send out with a tune
Fuck the violence, fuck the judging, keep it fresh and free
Its what music should aim to do

Please tell me why oh why can't you see
Please show me why oh why this is how should it be
Please explain why oh why you have to
Please detail why oh why you must persue.. and destroy it for me

Everybody knows of a song, with a catchy feel
If the forefront is violent then the tune will overfill
Sing along to words, don't stop or think about a thing
Its what the artist intended, you shouldn't care, just sing

It escaping the structure of a story tune
No messages, just rhymes you can presume
I haven't lived to long but I can see the changes
I just wana know is this normal for our generation


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