Jill Detroit

Jill Detroit

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Pop - Easy Listening | Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Total Song Plays: 9,149   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 9/24/2020

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Plays:

2

Song Description

Some of us are happy with our anonymity.

Story Behind the Song

Having a debate with someone over the term "in absentia" (they kept insisting it was "abstentia" (you know who you are) and, of course, the next thing you know, here comes a little ditty.

Lyrics

V1: I live in the town of Absentia
Don't try to find it on a map
Just down the road from obscurity
We call it "the Forgotten Gap"
I moved here when noone was looking
I moved here because
I could live inconspicuously
Actually I already was

Cho: I don't recommend it unless you're dependent
On invisibility
It's not for everyone but it's right for some
Living in absentia - that's me

V2: Nobody seemed to miss me
Or notice I was gone
Proof that my anonymity
Had gone on far too long
I blend into the background
So unremarkably
That even those with whom I'm close
Don't recognize me

Cho:

V3: I'd invite you to come and visit
But I don't want to intrude
On your free autonomy
'Cause that would just be intrude
So take this to the brain bank
It's just over the hill
I'm not done yet so don't forget
The mostly ghostly Jill

Cho:

Song Length
3:46
Genre
Jazz - Smooth Jazz
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Affable, Endearing

Subject Matter
Existence

Language
English

Lyric Credits Jill Detroit
Music Credits Jill Detroit
Producer Credits Bill Bentley Productions
Publisher Credits Jill Detroit Publishing
Performance Credits Jill Detroit, vocals; Bill Bentley, all instruments
Label Credits Independent