Benbo: I Don’t Have A Lot To Say

Absurd whimsical ukulele song about communication.

RIYL: Daniel Johnston / Beck

Quirky, disarming, repetitive – would suit comedy/humour storylines about secrets, tongue-tiedness, linguistic mixups, confusion.

Alternate versions: none

Energy: low Pace: midtempo BPM: 159 Explicit: no
Production style: children’s, comedy, drama, indie film, rom com, teen/coming of age
Mood: absurd, bright, cheerful, comedic, cyclical, declarative, disarming, fun, gentle, jaunty, lazy, lightness, odd, open, playful, quirky, silly, surreal, sweet, warm, whimsical

I don’t have a lot to say

But I do have a lot to say
But if you don’t know I won’t give it away

I don’t have a lot to say

Instrumentation: ukulele, male vocal, chinscratch
Subject matter: avoidance/hiding, curiosity, openness, paying attention, reflection, code, communication, declaration, irony, language, lies, listening, meaning, messages, mis/understanding, secrets, signals, speech/talk/talking, voice, words, stories, confusion, discovery, ego, knowledge, repetition, announcement, me, you, answers, clarity, insight, showing/revealing, waiting
Meter: 4/4 BPM range: over 140
Genre: Singer/Songwriter / Indie Rock / Alternative / Lo-Fi / Bedroom Style: acoustic, bedroom, demo, humour, indie, indie pop, lo-fi
Publishing rightsholder: Cooking Vinyl Music Publishing clears through: Cooking Vinyl Music
Master rightsholder: Pink Lizard Music Limited Master clears through: Pink Lizard Music
Composed by: Tris W Taylor (PRS) ISRC: UK9UL1500121