Thus, his very first single You Give Me Something, which appeared in 2006, peaked at the second line of the chart, and not every young performer can be proud of such an achievement. After that release Morrison began working on the material for his following new record. It's 4 o'clock, And I'm barely alive But keep on givin' It's the only way to survive But I can't help but shuffle my feet Moving like a zombie, chasin' the beat She lures me in oh sweet surrender Locks me down like a repeat offender I won't take these shackles off my feet 'Cause they're the only thing that make me feel free That's why. That album proved to be the logical continuation of its predecessor by getting all the best features of Undiscovered. So that is why it was not a surprise that young Morrison started learning to play a guitar in the very childhood — his uncle showed him a couple of basic blues chords, and James immediately felt in love with the world of notes, scales and melodies.
And again the intuition did not let the performer down, which is proved by the high levels of sales and upper places in numerous charts. He performed a great number of compositions of various artists, gaining the experience and mastering his playing skills. The process was not boosted, which is a great thing indeed, and that is why the artist was working really thoroughly on his third studio attempt. James entered the college and continued to be inseparable with the music. .
It turned out that this decision was absolutely right one — the musician established a reputation of an extremely talented composer and not less amazing author of lyrics. Two years later Morrison enlarged his discography with the album called Songs for You, Truths for Me 2008. The record was really called-for, and more than million of copies were sold all around the world. Save Yourself, Broken Strings recorded alongside with Nelly Furtado and other compositions became the guarantee of success of Songs for You, Truths for Me. There is no doubt that The Awakening will become a nice addition to collections of those music lovers, who appreciate truly sincere creativity.
The same year James released his debut studio long play titled Undiscovered 2006. In one of the interviews he stated that this album will be able to show all his potential. With time he even began performing in one of the local pubs, which definitely helped the promising musician to believe in his own strength. If you feel like a zombie, shout it out now If you feel like a zombie, shout it out now She got me rockin' She got me movin' She got me dancin' She got me rockin' She got me movin' She got me dancin' She got me rockin' She got me movin' She got me dancin' She got me rockin' She got me movin' She got me dancin' I don't wanna be saved I'm a, I'm a slave to the music I'm a slave to the music, yeah I'm a, I'm a slave to the music I'm a slave to the music, yeah yeah Don't want to be saved now. Well, the long awaited The Awakening saw the light in 2011 and it really proved to be enjoyed by the fans. Rememberable melodies and sincere lyrics: the author talks about his father, about himself, about his aims and about what he had already got will hardly leave people untouched.
That's why I'm a slave to the music No I won't stop 'til my heart pops out I'm a slave to the music No I won't give in 'til I stop breathing She got me rockin' She got me movin' She got me dancin' She got me rockin' She got me movin' She got me dancin' I don't wanna be saved Slave to the music I don't wanna be saved I'm a slave to the music, yeah yeah. . . . . .
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