So I wrote a new song last week, and wanted to share it with you as best I can over a blog. They lyrics aren't the deepest I've ever written, and I'm a little hesitant about them as they are more risque than those I usually write (and I know my family reads this blog), but I really like the feel. Its a shame I can't transmit that feel over a blog, but you will just have to come out to a show sometime soon and hear it live! It doesn't have a name yet, but for my own purposes and amusement, I am temporarily labeling "The Booty Call Song".
Phone rings, every other week,
You've had a few, and say I'm what you need.
Some day, I swear I'll say no.
But you had me persuaded at hello.
And you take your dress off fast,
and you take your dress off fast,
and I'll always be your last,
Yes, you'll always call me last.
Leave you, when you fall asleep,
And walk home through the empty late night streets.
Leave you, by yourself,
That's the way you like it, just you and no one else.
When you, when you call again,
I'll come over back into your bed.
When you, when you fall asleep,
I'll say goodnight and kiss you on your cheek.
The feel of the song is in 6/8 time, and it switches between the measure being broken up into two groups of 3 beats and three groups of 2 beats. I hope to record the song in Budapest in January, but until then, you can catch it live! Check my website for tourdates.