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Gone Gone Gone

Uptempo: How do you get a woman out of your craw? With red hot fiddle, banjo, and dobro of course!

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Gone Gone Gone
Gone Gone Gone
Marvin Adcock

A Lesser Heaven

I'll never leave this earth a perfect man.....this is a song about self examination.

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A Lesser Heaven
A Lesser Heaven
Marvin Adcock

Guinness World Record

This is not the type of thing that you would want to hold the world record for, but this guy handles it very well. This is one of those songs that you write just for the hell of it.

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Guinness World Record
Guinness World Record
Marvin Adcock

All the Horses He...

Sometimes the cowboy in us comes out in our songwriting, and this is one of those songs. This is a song about reflecting back on past choices, and the ensuing regret that sometimes follows.

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All the Horses He Rode
All the Horses He...
Marvin Adcock

Love’s Gonna Get...

This is a demo that Linda Davis was gracious enough to record the vocals on for me. This was one of the last songs that we recorded at Bayou Studio with George Clinton before his health deteriorated, and the studio closed a short time later. It was a magical session!

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Love’s Gonna Get Us All
Love’s Gonna Get...
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