Time, Please!

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Time, Please! About an exhuasted publican trying to close the bar: A finger picking delight designed to help all those hardworking restaurateurs, hoteliers and bar staff who work late into the night serving the last-to-go-home revellers. It is designed to politely tell �em it is well past time to go, push them out the door, turn the lights out, and go home. A catchy sing-along tune suited to harmony vocal and guitar/banjo ensembles. �Time, Please!� is a nice way to end a set and a happy day. Remember to spare a thought for the staff at your next gig�and don�t stay too long after closing time. The song was inspired by late night listening to a tribute album to the great songster Mississippi John Hurt (I didn�t want to go home). Its origins are in a gentle country blues style with a dash of blue grass. The simple song structure uses the standard 12-bar blues format.

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Year of composition
Robert Dellar
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
4 minutes
Voice + guitar
Rock and Pop Music

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