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Dave Matthews Band — True Reflections
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When you look into a mirror
Do you like whats lookin at you?
Now that youve seen your true reflections
What on earth are you gonna do?

Find some inspiration,
Its down deep inside of you
Amend your situation,Yeah
Your whole life is ahead of you
Your whole life is ahead of you

Remember the times you hung with the boys now
Remember the things you used to say
I thought by now you'd be the president
But after all that was yesterday
You've had time to go out in the world now
But you've chose to run away
When people ask you what you're doin now
You don't even know what to say

(2 x's)
Find some inspiration
Its down deep inside of you
Amend your situation Yeah
Your whole life is ahead of you
Your whole life is ahead of you

You think your life is like a movie
Where it all works out in the end
I think your life is like a desert
Where does it go where does it begin?
When you look into a mirror (when you look into a mirror)
Do you like whats lookin at you?(do you like it)
Now that you've seen your true reflection
What on earth are you gonna do?

(2 x's)
Find some inspiration(YYEEEAAAAHHHH)
It's down deep inside of you
Amend your situation Yeah
Your whole life is ahead of you

Find some inspiration
It's down deep inside of you
Find some inspiration
It's down deep inside of you
Find some inspiration(inspir-a-tion)
It's down deep inside of you
Find some inspiration(in-spir-a-tion)
It's down deep inside of you
Find some inspiration
It's down deep inside of you
Find some inspiration
It's down deep inside of you
Find some inspiration(inspiration)
It's down deep inside of you
Find some inspiration
It's down deep inside of you

"Boyd Tinsley and the lovely ladies"
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A cheesy song from an otherwise excellent live album.
How nice of the Dave Matthews Band to perform in a prison. At least, I'm assuming it was a prison. How else to explain the fact that the audience was still there at the end of the song? The only possible explanation must involve armed guards and blocked exits.
You give Dave Matthews a dreadful name at radio paradise for the reason that you play his worst cuts. Boyd needs to stay behind the violin where he belongs even though he does give a half-decent performance on this track, his vocals just destroy it. This is not good Dave Matthews folks, but believe me when I say there is a lot of great stuff out there.
Originally Posted by Pipes: :bounce:
Maybe Dave's voice is an aquired taste. I like it. I also enjoy hearing Boyd Tinsley sing as well. It's all good! :clap:
:bounce:
YEEIPAAAH! :bounce:
At first I thought the vocal was Bob Seger. Whatever happened to him anyway?
Originally Posted by Leslie: Wow, a DMB song that I like. It must be because DM is not singing the lead. I like!
I couldn't agree more. I love the band, but just do not like Dave as a vocalist. :rolleyes:
Hmmm, it\'s curious that the only DMB song I like so far is one where Dave isn\'t the lead vocal .... and the only song I like where Dave is the lead vocal is the BMG song \"Sing Along\" ..... so what the heck does *that* mean? :??:
I think that Boyd singing the lead is a nice way to let Dave rest his chords. It provides a little variety. I wouldn\'t mind hearing more from him during the concerts. But this song is one of the band\'s more bland tunes. Most DMB songs have a little kick or twist that makes it stand out. This doesn\'t. I would like to hear Boyd sing some with a little more substance. By the way, I also think they should lose Glen Ballard.
Wow, a DMB song that I like. It must be because DM is not singing the lead. I like!
this rocks!! play more --