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Two More Waiter

The session for tracking this demo was fun. It has been awhile since I've used fiddle and steel on a demo, and I had forgotten how much fun it is, and how much I love traditional country. This song was written in the hopes of pitching to artists such as Midland, Joe Nichols, Blake Shelton, etc.

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Two More Waiter
Two More Waiter
Marvin Adcock

Better Memories

Mid tempo song written in the styling of Merle Haggard, but with a retro Chris Stapleton feel. The picture is of my younger brother Gary, my mamma and myself, and was taken at my grandparents farm just outside of Rodessa, Louisiana. Some of my earliest and best memories! Love you bro!

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Better Memories
Better Memories
Marvin Adcock

A Patient Man

I wrote this song in the hopes of someday pitching it to Tim McGraw, unfortunately that has not happened yet. However I also wrote this song for every man who is fortunate enough to go home every night to his reason for breathing.

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A Patient Man
A Patient Man
Marvin Adcock

Dance With Me

The right song can lead to more than just a dance.

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Dance With Me
Dance With Me
Marvin Adcock

Livin’ It Up On...

Uptempo rockabilly! I had previously uploaded this song, but I received feedback that the file was not working, so here it is again.

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Livin’ It Up On My Way Down
Livin’ It Up On...
Marvin Adcock

God’s Little Half...

This is a true story about a humble man who lived his life exemplifying "You can always find someone that's got it worse, help 'em if you can."

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God’s Little Half Acre
God’s Little Half...
Marvin Adcock

Choices of the Heart

Bluesy alternative country song reminiscent of Chris Stapleton or Midland.

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Choices of the Heart
Choices of the Heart
Marvin Adcock

Then Comes the Night

We can manage to put on a strong front during the daylight hours....but then comes the night.

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Then Comes the Night
Then Comes the Night
Marvin Adcock