Save Me, San Francisco is the title of California rock band Train's fifth studio album and the first of two albums recorded as a three-piece. It was released on October 27, 2009, through Columbia Records. The album was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on September 9, 2010 and as of April 2012 has sold 954,000 copies in the US.
Won't you save me San Francisco. I've been up I've been down I've been so damn lost since you're not around I've been reggae and calypso Won't you save me San Francisco Oo oo oo, oh oh Won't you save me San Francisco Oo oo oo, oh oh Won't you save me San Francisco
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Save Me, San Francisco: This song is a mid-tempo rock track that is an obvious ode to San Francisco, with witty lyrics and a compressed sort of power-pop sound. There are some elegant piano elements, along with some touches of a nice falsetto, something I appreciate when I listen to songs.
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I’ve always thought of those records as a way of saying, “Welp, it was fun while it lasted.” and that stressed me out. We live in a new music world now though and having people be able to find songs they love faster and easier seems like a great idea. So, here it is...the songs that built Train at least on the radio all over the world.
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Save Me, San Francisco Wine Co. proudly donates proceeds from its sales to support Family House, a non-profit organization providing temporary housing to families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at the University Of California San Francisco Benioff Children's Hospital.
Train – Save Me, San Francisco / Tabbed by: Sindre Berge / The riff of the song is pretty much the same all the way, and chord-wise it alternates between the following chords: D - Dsus4 G