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I Dig That Feeling by Robbie Tucker [Chorus] Yeah I dig that feeling Yeah I want that feeling Yeah gimmie that feeling again (repeat x4) [Verse 1] I dig that feeling I dig it all I dig that feeling I want it I want it (repeat) Come on [Chorus repeat] [Bridge Vocal Harmonica Break] [Verse 2] You got the feeling I need the feeling I dig the feeling And I want it right now [Verse 3] Yeah now I feel it Beyond the feeling The crowd is screaming And they want it right now [Gang vocal // sing along] [Verse 2 (repeat x2)] [Chorus]
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Such Good Friends by Robbie Tucker Copyright 2016 [Verse1] I must be dreaming I got the feeling We be such good friends [Verse 2] Someone I can count on Someone you can count on Here for each other til the end [Chorus] Oh you know as far as we go You’re someone I can tell my secrets to (secrets too, hey!) You are to me like family Your friendship makes the difference in the end [Verse 3] I thought I must be dreaming When I got this feeling How could we be such good friends [Verse 4] Someone that I can count on Someone that you can count on Lookout for each other til the end [Repeat Verse 3 & 4] [Chorus]
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Wiith You 02:29
With You By Robbie Tucker & David Henderson Copyright 2017 [Intro] [Verse 1] I want to see you I need to see you Cause when I am with you And we get together it feels like forever Is how long I’d want to be with you [Verse 2] Now I want just to be around you You make me feel our love is real So I want to be with you [Bridge Instrumental] [Gang Vocal Breakdown] [Verse 3] When I get to see you I guarantee you We’re gonna make a new start And we get together it feels like forever Is how long I’d want to be with you [Gang Vocal Breakdown]
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It’s moving through our veins Like like a hurricane No no colours are the same as our It’s moving through our veins Like like a hurricane No no colours are the same as our But then you dance around room Until you can’t dance any further Then you dance around the room Just one more time But then you dance around room Until you can’t dance any further Then you dance around the room Just one more time It’s moving through our veins Like like a hurricane No no colours are the same as our It’s moving through our veins Like like a hurricane No no colours are the same as our But then you dance around room Until you can’t dance any further Then you dance around the room Just one more time But then you dance around room Until you can’t dance any further Then you dance around the room Just one more time You gotta live life be strong You gotta trust love last long What a thrill it would be And I just need but half a chance You gotta live life be strong You gotta trust love last long What a thrill it would be And I just need but half a chance It’s moving through our veins Like like a hurricane No no colours are the same as our It’s moving through our veins Like like a hurricane No no colours are the same as our It’s moving through our veins Like like a hurricane No no colours are the same as our It’s moving through our veins Like like a hurricane No no colours are the same as our But then you dance around room Until you can’t dance any further Then you dance around the room Just one more time But then you dance around room Until you can’t dance any further Then you dance around the room Just one more time

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Listening to Robbie’s new material is like meeting up with an old friend. It’s nice to run into them once again, to feel the familiar embrace. However, after sitting and spending a little time catching up, one is pleasantly surprised to find many new subtle layers in play.

Make no mistake this latest musical endeavour is very slick, but not in an obvious clinical way. It has the familiar foundation rooted in familiarity, yet, experimental, using many modern elements found in electronic music. The end result is an exciting journey where one feels comfortable with the direction they are being led, yet at the same time, we are excited by the subtle auditory Easter eggs, which keep the familiar foundation fresh, or re invented. At the end of this musical adventure, one feels as though they have indeed caught up with an old friend, and have basked in nostalgia, and been inspired with new adventure simultaneously.

- Nathan Stever

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released September 7, 2018

Artist: Robbie Tucker
Producers: Jon Ciorciari, Keith Elliott and David Henderson.

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Robbie Tucker Miramichi, New Brunswick

Robbie Tucker hailing from the east coast continues to bang against the restrictions of the conventional pop formula. His passion for his touchstones including Roy Orbison, Paul McCartney, and Elvis Presley are evident in his unique brand of pop/folk. ... more

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