Bill Dake

Bill Dake

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Jazz - General | Bellevue, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,073   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: 11/26/2020

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Song Description

Someone "claims" to be mostly attracted to someone's intellect

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nice chord structures and vocal management.

    - Ali Edwards

Mose Allison meets Michael Franks kind of a tune, vocals are clear, performances tight ... interesting concept ... very nice in a progressive 70's cool jazz sort of way.

    - Jeff Maguire

I was captured
By your smokey eyes
Your killer smile
Had me hypnotized
Took some time
Before I realized
That what I really love
Is your mind

Somewhat affected
By your sweet perfume
The way you move
As you cruise a room
I find your packaging
Is all well tuned
But what I really love
Is your mind
I Really Love Your Mind

Might get distracted by
Your honey flavored kissin'
Sometimes I'll linger there
But in your absence,
When I'm left to reminisin'
It's your fertile mind
That brings the biggest smile

I'm kinda noticin' the candle light
Won't complain
'Bout those soft love bites
I like the way you feed my appetite
But what I really love
What I really love
What I really love
Is your mind
I like the way it's defined
I like the way it's designed
Like the way it's inclined
I Really Love Your Mind

Song Length
Jazz - Lounge, Jazz - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Engaging, Delighted

Subject Matter
Attracted, Crush


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