Dement Ormond

Dement Ormond

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R & B - Contemporary | Buffalo, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 170   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 7/5/2020
   Sounds Like: Herbie Hancock

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Song Description

This song is about the misery of a restricted diet. No more Pork Chops.

Story Behind the Song

My name is Miss Lucille. I wrote Pork Chop Cemetery Blues because it actually happened to me. I weighed at least 330 pounds. One day I went to my doctor and while I was talking to the nurse I told her I felt as if I could sleep one hundred years and that I'd been feeling like that for days. She said, "let me check your blood sugar". She took it and quickly left the room and returned with a doctor. He then left and returned with a supervising doctor. He said, "your blood sugar is 548 and it should be closer to 70. You need to be admitted to the hospital immediately. If you go home, you will probably go into a diabetic coma and die." I told him, "I don't have diabetes. I just drank a lot of sugary sodas." He said, "well, no. You have diabetes and you may well die, tonight." So I was admitted to the hospital and they placed all kinds of tubes in me, running this way and that..." When I finally stabilized, I went back and completed my video, regarding my weight problem. I taped it in the cemetery to remind myself where I didn't want to be soon. I began to follow a strict diet and also obtained bariatric surgery and went down to 160 pounds. I am 5'10". I feel like a new person and hope to live a long, productive life. This is my Pork Chop Cemetery Blues story. Thanks for reading it.

Song Length
4:19
Genres
Blues - Modern, Blues - Delta
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Miserable, Unbearable

Subject Matter
Hospitals, Meat


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Miss Lucille
Music Credits Dement Ormond
Producer Credits Dement Ormond
Publisher Credits Miss Lucille
Performance Credits Donna Robbins
Label Credits Weave Wind Records