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Inspired by Somebody's Calling My Name from the movie, Crossroads, and by Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst, Trouble introduces a character and puts him through the worst day ever. We've all experienced days that go wrong in one way or another, but what do you do when your whole world falls apart in one day? Well, you might sing the blues…


Trouble, trouble,
Trouble called my name last night.

Woke in the morning,
A regular day.
Went to my job
For to earn my pay.
Got to the factory,
But the lights weren't on.
The factory's there,
But the jobs is all gone. Trouble…

Went to the landlord
To pay my rent,
But my pockets is empty,
My money all spent!
I pulled out my bottle
To help me think,
But it's dry as a bone
I ain't got nothing to drink! Trouble…

Needed some loving,
So I looked for my girl.
I found her in bed
With a guy named Earl!
I threw him a left
And he shot me a right,
But we was both arrested
By the end of the fight! Trouble…

Now, the nine-to-five, factory job,
I can live without!
And the landlord's my cousin,
So he can't kick me out,
But I cannot abide a woman
Who screws around on me.
That's why I'm sitting in this prison cell
In misery! Trouble…


from Pieces Of The Trip, released October 11, 2014



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Neil MacNaughton Oakville, Ontario

Known for his energetic acoustic performances, Neil MacNaughton draws audiences in with his thoughtful songs and warm personality. As a singer songwriter, Neil loves the freedom to explore various styles. From the old-time bluesy feel of his latest single, Trouble, to country-tinged, I Saw Marty, to the Jethro Tull-like, Wide Open Spaces, Neil's songs go beyond simple roots rock. Just listen! ... more

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