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 women in the narrator's life that he had to go away from because of various factors.

Story Behind the Song

The narrator was loved by a lady, but no more. Lead character gets into various situations with women that force him to go in the other direction. But the song resolves with the verse saying that there are plenty of women everywhere.

Lyrics

I use to know a lady little and low
She use to love me, but she don't no more.
She had to step it up and go...yeah go.
She couldn't stay there I declare
She had to step it up and go.

I was out with a lady having some fun
When in walked a man with a great big gun
I had to step it up and go...yeah go.
I couldn't stay there, I declare
I had to step it up and go.

There were two maids sitting in the sand
Each one wishing the other was a man.
I had to step it up and go...yeah go
I couldn't stay there, I declare
I had to step it up and go.

Well, I'm sure glad the world's round like a ball
There's enough pretty women there for us all.
I had to step it up and go again...yeah go.
I couldn't stay there, I declare
I had to step it up and go.

I was out with a lady having some fun
When in walked a man with a great big gun.
I had to step it up and go...yeah go
I couldn't stay there, I declare
I had to step it up and go.

Song Length
3:12
Genres
Blues - Traditional, Blues - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Disturbed, Moving

Subject Matter
Frustration, Jealousy

Similar Artists
Bo Diddley, Eric Clapton
Language
English
Era
1920 - 1929

Lyric Credits Public Domain
Music Credits Max MacPherson, Jr.
Producer Credits Max MacPherson, Jr.
Publisher Credits NA
Performance Credits NA
Label Credits NA