Benjamin Del Shreve | Sleeping Sweetly

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Sleeping Sweetly

by Benjamin Del Shreve

Sleeping Sweetly goes from party to contemplative in this explosive rock album with great melodic hooks and catchy sizzling guitar riffs spanning a great target audience from young to old. Everyone is sure to enjoy.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Sleeping Sweetly
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2. Use Your Attitude
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3:58 album only
3. Can't Get Enough of Your Lovin'
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3:30 album only
4. Now That She Knows
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3:12 album only
5. Creekwater
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5:39 album only
6. Smooth Woman
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7. 137 Valencia
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3:56 album only
8. Bare Chested Voice
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9. Oh Darlin' You're So Strange
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10. Unaware
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6:27 album only
11. Guardian Angel
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12. Baby Why Are You Cryin'
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13. Final Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We aren’t just born then died,
We grace the face of the Earth.
We laugh harder than we cried,
This life is amazing, amazing.
We’re young then we grow old,
Our pain and toys get bigger.
We turn the lights out first,
Furthest away from our beds.


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