Bob Birthisel

Bob Birthisel

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Country - Rock | Lynchburg, Virginia, United States
Total Song Plays: 980   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 12/1/2020
   Sounds Like: John Mayer, The Eagles

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Plays:

87

Song Description

Featuring Ms. Hope Griffin on lead and backing vocals. Equal parts Shania Twain and Gretchen Wilson with a badass Bonnie Raitt-style slide, this is a seduction told from a female vantage point. It's a Rockin' Country line dance with a ton of attitude. Girl meets boy in a roadhouse bar, featuring a torrid funk groove and powerful, sing-along chorus. And oh, that cowbell! High energy with lots of dynamic kicks.

Story Behind the Song

Serious mutual attraction, told from a sassy female perspective, and who knows how the evening will end? Is it love at first sight, or just fun for the night?

Broadjam Member Reviews

This sounds radio ready! I can't really tell, but sounds like a professional band playing live on stage. I love the percussion. Amazing vocals, fits perfect with the song. Super fun, lots of energy, definite party music! Length of time is not too long and not too short, keeps the ear engaged. Very catchy chorus.

    - Ashley Martin

This song has a great feel to it. The instrumentation, vocals, lyrics and arrangement were top notch. It's a great tapper. The song kept me locked in, wondering where it was going to go next. I really enjoyed listening to it.

    - Nick Berry
Lyrics

It was Ladies Night, feelin' right. Boots on and jeans are tight.
Felt I was cookin', and I was lookin' for a guy to go drinkin'
Without too much thinkin' If you know what I mean.
Well he was sharp dressed, well-pressed, his face was Heaven-blessed.
The way he dances, I'll take my chances.
This guy's the reason I'm declaring open season on my heart!

Let's do a double shot: ready-or-not, here I come.
You're takin' it slow, but I want to run.
We both feel it, but where to begin?
What kind of love am I fallin' in?

We did a line dance on the floor, heel-to-toe, back and forth.
He had the rhythm, and I would give him anything that he wanted
But he liked to take his own sweet time.
Back at the bar we got a little bit closer.
We started playin' and I didn't say, "No sir."
We both could tell that we were layin' it on the line.

Let's do a body shot: ready-or-not, here I come.
One night with you would be so much fun.
We placed our bets -- I'm all-in!
What kind of love am I fallin' in?
(Hooh!)

(Come on, now!)

Let's do another shot: ready-or-not, here I come.
Stay up all night so we can wait for the sun.
Could this be right when it feels like a sin?
What kind of love am I fallin' in?

What kind of love am I fallin' in?
Hey, hey, Yeah!

Associated Videos

Video - What Kind Of Love (Am I Fallin' In)
What Kind Of Love (Am I Fallin' In)

Girl-meets-boy at a rockin' Country bar and anything can happen. Serious bluesy line-dance with attitude, this is infatuation and all-out attraction told from a female perspective. It's equal parts Shania Twain, Gretchen Wilson and Bonnie Raitt with a hypnotic cowbell syncopation that will last all night. Lyrics included so you can follow the story line.

Song Length
3:19
Genres
Country - Rock, Blues - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
In High Spirits, Engaging

Subject Matter
Attracted, Crush, Falling in Love

Similar Artists
Gretchen Wilson, Shania Twain
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Music Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Producer Credits Robert P. Birthisel
Publisher Credits Worldwide Birthisel Publishing (ASCAP)
Performance Credits Hope Griffin on lead and some backing vocals