alcus hudson

alcus hudson

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Country - Rock | hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States
Total Song Plays: 570   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

its a question of morality

Lyrics

it was you
you were standing there
you were waiting
at the end of the bar

it was you
you were standing there
and i knew this wasn't
gonna be hard

what you want to prove
when you want to wear that dress
is there something here
that you want to confess

and i bet if that dress
could talk to me
it would say you could be
had so easily

and what's with that lipstick your wearing
is it something that you want to be sharing
and before you try and walk away
there's just one thing i want to say

no wrong no right
with the words we're saying
no wrong no right
with the things we're craving
no wrong no right
with the words we're saying
no wrong no right

so why don't you stay the night

is there someplace else you would rather be
whether its with someone else or with me
and i bet you can't wait to take it off
a warm body is all that your looking for
and before you try and walk away
there's just one thing i want to say

Song Length
4:17
Genres
Rock - Hard Rock, Rock - Progressive Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Disconcerted, Frantic

Subject Matter
Judgement, Insults


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits alcus hudson
Music Credits alcus hudson/joseph odom
Producer Credits alcus hudson/jason elgin
Publisher Credits bmi
Performance Credits alcus hudson/joseph odom
Label Credits indie