David Paton | Under the Sun

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Under the Sun

by David Paton

Happy feel good music. If you like the song "Magic" you'll love this album from the same composer. Catchy songs that stay in your head. All songs have been carefully selected with high quality music and musicianship being the main priority.
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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1. Under the sun
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2. I'm no liar
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3. I wanna be with you
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4. Don't touch me
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5. All for you
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6. Hold on tight
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7. You just need to love me
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8. Let it go
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3:26 $0.99
9. Go find yourself
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10. Waiting
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11. Just a smile
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12. Magic
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
I always intended to write another album after “Fellow man” and the David Paton and friends album “The Studio Diary”, knowing where to start was the problem.
The first song written for this album was” Under the sun”, it’s also the first song I’ve ever written about a health scare. I like to think it sounds like a happy song that we can all relate to. Whether we suffer a cold or a heart attack the sentiment of the song is the same “but I want to have fun and I want to have freedom and I want to lay out in the sun”. Basically what I’m saying is: we want our life back as it was, the freedom to do all the things that give us pleasure.
I have included two of the songs I wrote back in the 1970s, “Just a smile” because it was one of the first songs I wrote that I was delighted with as a song and lyric. I have also included “Magic” because of a meeting I had with Brian Wilson. I was invited to attend the Brian Wilson concert in Glasgow 2011. After the show I went backstage to meet Brian. He was alone in his dressing room and I was introduced to him as the guy who wrote “Magic”. Brian said to me “you wrote that song, that’s a great song” He then started to sing the chorus. I sat beside him for a photograph to be taken and he looked at me and said “never believe it’s not so”. It meant so much that Brian said this to me while I was so overjoyed at being in his company.


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