I Don't Belong (Alternate Version)

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Mikey The original on the MM album "Dreadnaught" was great, no doubt about it. But the pianos on this version really make it POWERFUL.
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A stripped down, chill, melancholy, bare essence version of my song "I Don't Belong", which appeared on the Mountain Mirrors LP, "Dreadnought".

This was tucked away in the archives until I heard from someone on the net that it was out there somewhere, and he thought it was better than the official version.

So I sent it off to Kevin Carafa to give the audio some magic dust and tlc.

Piano on this is by Dave Rich.


Crazy's not the word for me
Brain-dead and out of my head
I'm alright the world's wrong
And everywhere I go, I feel...
I don't belong
Brainwashed, have no thoughts
of my own
Not free...they won't leave me be


from Asylum Acres, track released August 7, 2018
Mastered by Kevin Carafa
Piano by Dave Rich.
Vocals Jeff Sanders
Words and Music Copyright Jeffrey J Sanders




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