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Into The Sunset


"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
Album cover photo by Trish Keisewetter
Song from the album Moon Dreams
Position Track # 13
Duration 3:01
Released June 21st, 2004
Label Scott Cooley Records
Format CD, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Genre acoustic instrumental ballad
Studio Scott Cooley Music Productions
Producer Scott Cooley
Songwriter words and music by Scott Richard Cooley
Publisher Scott Richard Cooley Music Publishing, ASCAP
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, percussion
Track Chronology
"Blame It On The Moon"

"Into The Sunset"


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Brief Description

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.

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