Old Grey Mare (and songwriting exercise tips)

I-IV-V chord progression. In video, key is D (ish) which was clearly a bit high for my voice. Oops. The old grey mare, she ain’t what she used to be, Ain’t what she used to be, ain’t what she used to be. The old grey mare, she ain’t what she used to be, Many long years ago. Many long…

Author: BostonMusicLady
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Published: 2011-03-01 17:28:10
Old Grey Mare (and songwriting exercise tips)

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