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Into The Sunset


Lyrics

"Into The Sunset"
Music composed and arranged by Scott Cooley.



Okay, so, there are no lyrics to this, as it is an instrumental.  I put this box here to be consistent with the other song pages.  Since I don't read or "write" music notation, maybe someone will transcribe this someday.  I suppose I could swing typing up some rudimentary tablature, but that seems like a daunting hassle.  Until such time, here are my musical notes I found where I did in fact type up the basic chord progressions per song section.  Hopefully these will suffice for those interested in such things:


Intro:  Am  C  B  Am

Verses:  Dm  F   E   F  G-F-E  Am  C  B  Am

Bridge:  Bm  Am  Bm  Cm  Bm  Am  Bm  Cm  Am

Transition:  same as intro



































Copyright © ℗ 2004 by Scott Cooley. All rights reserved.

"Into The Sunset"


Song by Scott Cooley from the album Moon Dreams
Position #13
Released 2004
Recorded Scott Cooley Music Productions studio, Flint, Michigan
Genre alternative acoustic, Americana, folk, instrumental
Length 3:01
Label Scott Cooley Records
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, percussion
Publisher Scott Cooley Music Publishing
Producer Scott Cooley
Format Compact Disc, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Writer words/music by Scott Richard Cooley
Chronology

Blame It On The Moon 
(#12)
 Into The Sunset
(#13)
 Lakeside Landing
(next album)

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A fitting title for a last song on an album.  This was a song that originally had lyrics.  It was first called Gypsy Woman, then I completely rewrote the lyrics and called it Love You Forever, then I realized it was good music, but although the lyrics really fit well with it, they weren't that great.  Once again Lenore came to the rescue by advising me to play a lead guitar melody in place of the vocal melody just like I sang it, and it sounded perfect.  It's a little like elevator music, with a hint of a spanish or western feel to it, but otherwise, has a "riding off" mood about it that makes for a reflective listening experience to close out the disc.