Max MacPherson, Jr.

Max MacPherson, Jr.

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Pop - Easy Listening | Alexandria, New Hampshire, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

This song describes the broken love affair of a couple. It describes the various circumstances that affect the narrator and prevent them from getting back together.

Story Behind the Song

The story behind the song is that the narrator is blue from the breakup of their relationship. The narrator questions the lover about the various reasons for their breakup.

Lyrics

Got a room on the second floor
Since I moved there you don't see me no more
Got a television, radio too
But I ain't got you
And you can color me blue

You don't like the lady that collects the rent
You don't like me when my money's spent
Sayin' you can't be free when I'm around you
Honey, you know I'm true
And you can color me blue.

I don't like whiskey and I can't drink rye
Nothing I can do and I wonder why
You know I hate to be all alone
I'd pick up the phone, but I ain't got none.

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You said if I got a job, you'd come back to me
But workin'at McDonald's honey, can't you see
That I'm independent and it's no darn use
This ain't no excuse, I just need less abuse.

Got a room on the second floor
Since I moved there you don't see me no more
Got a television, radio too
But I ain't got you
And you can color me blue.

Song Length
3:10
Genres
Blues - Traditional, Blues - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Miserable, Beside Yourself

Subject Matter
Unrequited Love, Existence

Similar Artists
Bo Diddley, Eric Clapton
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

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