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Mel Mapp

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"The English may not like music but they absolutely love the noise it makes" Sir Thomas Beecham

Influences:

Great classical masters

Favourite Singer/Songwriter:

Gordon Lightfoot

Contact Email:

vision89@gmail.com


Songs by Mel Mapp

Another Sweet Sunday

Another Sweet Sunday

On the far side of the Caribe-Atlan
Where his full moon glistens on the silvery sand
And the sound of his ocean it drifts you a-w-a-y
Then brings you back at the dawning of another sweet day

Oh see how the fire flies mingle in the sugar cane fields
And smell the creamy blossoms of the mango tree
Hear the soothing sound of the casuarina trees
As they s-w-a-y too and f-r-o in the evening breeze

Repeat Chorus
Coo, coo, coo hear the brown dove sings
In the tamarind tree as the Church bell rings
Another sweet Sunday for you and me.
And the little brown d-o-v-e in the tamarind tree.

Oh, cast your eyes up to the sky
Then thank the creator as the days goes by
The gifts he gave and the love he shows
Let's be thankful that his blessings flow

On the far side of the Caribe Atlan
Where the full moon glistens of the silver sand
And the sound of his ocean it drifts you away
Then brings you back at the dawning of another sweet day

Coo, coo, coo hear the brown dove sings
In the tamarind tree as the Church bell rings
Another sweet Sunday for you and me.
And the little brown d-o-v-e in the tamarind tree.

[Lyrics]


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Region:

London, ON

Level of Experience:

ON MY WAY

Genre:

Christian/Gospel  | Folk | R&B | Reggae | Other

I Write:

By myself | For others

I prefer to write:

Lyrics | Melody

I am interested in:

Web Cowriting | Face to face Cowriting | Networking | Pitching Songs to Artists | Pitching Songs To Tv/Film/Etc. | Signing with a Label | Getting a Publishing Deal

Other Jobs:

Speaker/writer

Biography:

I first became a member of BMI canada in 1972 which then became PRO canada which then became SOCAN and now SAC since 1972..

I have written several songs one of which were used in a Waylon Jennings recording quite a few years back. I have a catologue of lyrics dating back twenty years.

Writing a good song is like enjoying a fine evening with the one you love. You do it once, then you want to do it again.

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