Howard Delnick

Song Of The Man

Credits
Lyric Credits: Howard Delnick
Music Credits: Howard Delnick
Producer Credits: Howard Delnick
Publisher Credits: Howard Delnick
Performance Credits: Howard Delnick
Label Credits: Howard Delnick
Description
Short Song Description:
Mid tempo happy, fun song. Dynamics of the mix make it easy to listen to.
Long Song Description:
This is a collaborative effort with musicians from various countries performing and contributing tracks for the song.
Story Behind the Song:
Wrote the song as part of a songwriting contest 10 years ago while attending a songwriter workshop in Nashville. We were allotted 5 minutes to write and submit a radio friendly song to a panel of industry writers. Won second prize and $2000.

Metadata
Song Length: 4:19
Primary Genre: Country-General
Secondary Genre: Country-Contemporary
Tempo / Feel: Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Pride
Subject Matter 2: Music
Mood 1: Pleasant
Mood 2: Pleased
Era: 2000 and later
Lyrics
SONG OF THE MAN
Written by: Howard Delnick
Chords: B, Abm (flat minor), F#, E
Verse:
MAN WROTE A SONG, 'BOUT LOVE AND THINGS
PUT HIS SONG ON THE RADIO
HE OPENED HIS HEART, 'BOUT EV'RYTHING
SO THAT ALL THE WORLD WOULD KNOW
Chorus:
PART OF THE WORLD CAME TO LISTEN
PART OF THE WORLD DIDN'T GIVE A DAMN
AND THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THEY WERE MISSIN'
THIS IS THE SONG OF THE MAN
Verse:
HE WROTE OF HIS LIFE,WITH ITS UPS AND DOWNS
WROTE OF THE LOVE HE HAD KNOWN
HE TOLD OF THE THINGS, HE HAD DONE
TOLD OF THE CHANCES HE HAD BLOWN
Chorus:
PART OF THE WORLD CAME TO LISTEN
PART OF THE WORLD DIDN'T GIVE A DAMN
AND THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THEY WERE MISSIN'
THIS IS THE SONG OF THE MAN
Break
Chorus:
PART OF THE WORLD CAME TO LISTEN
PART OF THE WORLD DIDN'T GIVE A DAMN
AND THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THEY WERE MISSIN'
THIS IS THE SONG OF THE MAN
THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THEY WERE MISSIN'
THIS IS THE SONG OF THE MAN
Verse:
MAN WROTE A SONG, 'BOUT LOVE AND THINGS
THIS IS THE SONG OF THE MAN
THIS IS THE SONG OF THE MAN

WORDS AND MUSIC WRITTEN AND COMPOSED BY HOWARD DELNICK
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
HOWARD DELNICK, 1987-2016.
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