Alan Bernhoft | The Weeds

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The Weeds

by Alan Bernhoft

Fun Acoustic driven, Beatles influencespop/rock album
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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1. Cool Moss
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2. The Jungle Dark
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3. Police Officer Sam
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4. Can You Dig The Weeds?
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5. Monday
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6. Be Here For Me
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7. Step Out The Door
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8. Why Can I Never Win?
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9. Thank You For Loving Me
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10. A Letter
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11. Oftentimes
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12. Can't Wait Till I See You Tomorrow
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13. I Like Her
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14. Happy Mother's Day
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15. Dumbass!
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16. Cool Moss (Reprise)
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17. Pardon Me While I Play My Drums
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The weeds are that invisible,
in-between part of life can be so easily
overlooked.
They're everywhere,
always making new breakthroughs,
Most of us rarely notice them
They'll be here long after we're forgotten,
doing their thing.


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