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The Fish N' Game Talkin' Blues

by Dusty Drake

An intimidating but amusing encounter witht the boys of Fish and Game. Humorous tongue -in-cheek droll country tune.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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The Fish N' Game Talkin' Blues

Track Info: Mid tempo; acoustic and slide guitars, dynamic Nashville baritone singer in Dusty Drake.


Biography of the songwriter

Peter Prince was raised in Washington Heights in Upper Manhattan. His involvement in music began in the '60's with the "folk boom", being influenced by artists such as Bob Dylan, Peter Paul and Mary, Judy Collins, the Kingston Trio. He sang professionally with folk groups in many of the local bars as well as coffee houses in Greenwich Village while attending Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey. Peter began songwriting in the late 60's, early 1970's, and his style of music is reflective of those times, folk, country & country rock. His songs have been used on both network(NBC) and cable tv (E Network, FOX & MSG Sports Networks), as well as, played on various AM and FM radio stations around the country. Peter's love of professional sports and fishing has also proven to be a source of his material. His sports songs have been played in large venues such as Madison Square Garden and Shea Stadium. "The "Fish'n Game Talkin' Blues", available for use on Music Supervisor.com is a humorous tale of fishing and having to deal with those "game wardens from the state." The song,"Softly Down" was inspired by the famous plane event known as "The Miracle On The Hudson" and is an honoring of the heroism of Captain "Sully" Sullenberger, who landed Flight 1549 in the Hudson River, January 15, 2009, saving all 155 lives onboard. A YOUTUBE video(Google: Softly Down-Colene Walters) enhances the power of the song. Any feature film, tv movie or documentary on this event makes "Softly Down" a perfect fit. Also available for placement in film or tv is "Busted Dreams" which is about the struggle to make it as a singer/songwriter. What keeps the performer from giving up, with all the rejection and "close calls" of big success, is the music itself. It is the story of what most of us in the business of songwriting must endure on the road to our dreams.

Song Lyrics

THE FISH ''N GAME TALKIN’ BLUES

V: Well I was out in my boat tryin' to do a little fishin'
When out of the blue they interrupted my mission
By they I mean two game wardens from the state
Just lookin' for someone to rehabilitate
The wind was blowin'
The waves were rollin'
I was trollin'
Oh lucky me

V: Now I was sure everything would work out fine
Had my fishin' license said I's 5' 9"
With brown hair and hazel eyes
Though the 180 lbs had me kinda undersized
They questioned me
In the third degree
Found me guilty
Oh Shh--.iners

CH: Don't underestimate the men of fish 'n game
Patrolling the waters in the wind and rain
Good intentions
Gotta mention
Justa little bit strange
The men of fish'n game

V: Turns out the boat cushions weren't worth a damn
Would never save a drowning man
An' what was needed a more sophisticated device
A vest by law would save my life
I must confess
Scared to death
What a mess
The slammer I'm thinkin'

MUSIC BREAK

V: But you know those boys weren't really that bad
Just gave me a warning and I'm really glad
That Mae West they flipped me to save my hide
Looked ‘bout one foot tall, six inches wide
Kinda remote
Fallin’ out of a boat
Would keep me afloat
A baby, uh, maybe

C: REPEAT 2X, then end with… The men of fish'n game
The men of fish'n game
Those boys of fish'n game

Peter V Prince Songwriter Dusty Drake Artist King of the Road Music Music Publisher
C 2015


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