I’ll Always Walk Beside You.

Richie Sambora has a new album out called “Aftermath of the lowdown“. It was released in September 2012 so has been out  for a few months and I got it today and have been listening to it a lot.  This is his third solo album, his last album was 14 years ago so it has been a good long wait. Of course he has been busy with Bon Jovi.

Here are the lyrics to a great track, which I hope to hear on the new Bon Jovi album out in 2013. I think Jon Bon Jovi along with Richie Sambora could make this song even more awesome than it is.

I’ll Always Walk Beside You

Sometimes I’m leaving inside the madness
Where had to make it through the silence
But words lessen of curse

It’s gonna take a little practise
You gotta keep on keep madness
Living learn can let us crashing burn

When you feel alone, I’ll sing you home
I’ll be there to help you, make it through
Then your tears are gone, then we will go on
I swear there’s nothing I would do
I’ll always walk beside you

Sometimes It’s nothing to believe in
Ended up searching for a reason for live
Just believe in me
Let it rolling through the darkness
Feeling hopeless, feeling heartless
Reach out, I’ll give you all you need

When you feel alone, I’ll sing you home
I’ll be there to help you, make it through
Then your tears are gone, then we will go on
I swear there’s nothing I would do
I’ll always walk beside you

I, I’ll never get ahead of us
I, I will never leave you behind
I’ll always walk, always walk beside you

Lyrics by Richie Sambora

Do you know James Whale?

You should because the man talks a lot of sense.
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Only a handful of people know that I prefer talk radio over a normal radio station. It is quite a strange thing to admit but there you have it. Don’t get me wrong, I love all music stations (except RNB, Jazz, soul), but there is something special about listening to others speak and LBC 97.3FM is one of London’s gems.

I particularly like the James Whale show at 4pm. James tells you how it is. He says what I think (LOL), which is incredible.

I am reading his book at the moment and it’s absolutely brilliant.

Source: LBC 97.3FM James Whale