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Three Wishes

by Mark D. Boucher

The music is good natured and uplifting. It also has some deeper songs about the hard things we confront in life. The music is hard driving for folk music, with lots of interesting instruments and sounds. Mark Boucher
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Three Wishes
3:28 $0.99
2. Dumb Ass
2:38 $0.99
3. Credit Man
3:00 $0.99
4. Something Better To Do
3:33 $0.99
5. Happy Wheatland
3:14 $0.99
6. Whats Life All about?
4:43 $0.99
7. Your Mama Don't Love You...
2:27 $0.99
8. Mind Over Matter
2:54 $0.99
9. Confuse the Mexican
2:32 $0.99
10. It Don't Matter Much
2:55 $0.99
11. Get My Ducks In A Line
5:40 $0.99
12. What Would Grandpa Say?
3:18 $0.99
13. Staying Sane
3:20 $0.99
14. When Worlds Collide
5:57 $0.99
15. Holy Ground
3:58 $0.99
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Album Notes
1-Three Wishes; what would you do, if you had three wishes? I know what I would do...
2-Dumb ass; one day before living for work my wife called me "dumb ass" three or four times. I told her, "now there's a song" and she said " if you wright a song about me, don't be a smart ass, dumb ass, or I'll wright one about you too", I said "thanks, that's the chorus".
3-Credit Man; I wrote this song before they came out with the "bail out". When they did the bail out, I added the fourth verse. When I recorded it I forgot to play the forth verse, so I had to tagged it on the end. This was after I tore down the drums, so I decided to leave it just vocal and guitar.
4- Something better to do; well what can I say, ya get married, get busy, it's a song about love...
5-Happy Wheatland; My wife and I have been going to the "Wheatland Festival" for over twenty years, this is about that...
6-What's Life All About, I ponder what life is, what life could of been, and how a simple thing like stopping to tie your shoe, can change everything!
7-Your Mama don't love you...; My wife had this saying as a kid, I wrote the song and added the line with "buttercup" because it rhymed and sounded right. My wife told me that her friends older brother use to say the same expression and also called her "buttercup". I never used the term "buttercup" before, nor had she.
8-Mind over matter; the wife again, she says "if ya got no mind, it don't matter".
9- Confuse the Mexican; man am I glad to get to explain this. I use to jam at work with a friend (Mexican) named Eno. Every day he would tell me, "you confuse me". One day he said " you should wright a song about how you confuse the Mexican", so I did. Now you need to know, this is my fourth CD, and every song I ever wrote is in order on the four Cd's. One of my friends told me (some) of your songs are OK, you should make a Cd out of just them. Well, I think there all good, so that's why I use them all. Now I didn't want to leave this one song behind, and I hope no one is offended. "Cookie and Ray Man" are also Hispanic, and when I run into them, they'll get a free Cd.
10- It Don't Matter Much; sometimes I hate how much things change.
11- Get my Ducks In Line; it's whatever you need it to be...
12-What Would Grandpa Say?; my grandpa died when I was young, both of them, and they lived in a simpler world.
13-Staying Sane; in reference to my teenage years...
14-When Worlds Collide; sometimes were our own worst enemy.
15-Holy Ground; my wife is a native American, and I like their concept of "Holy Ground", but you can see it any way ya want, enjoy the music, mark



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