Carol Ann Jones

Carol Ann Jones

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Country - Rock | St. Albans, Vermont, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,131   
Member Since: 2008
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Song Description

Fast tempo, upbeat country/pop song that would play well on a drive home from work or to dance to at a live performance.

Story Behind the Song

Cars and motorcycles have played exciting roles in my 23-year marriage to my husband. From our first date, to this past summer there's always some cool wheels involved. They keep life fun and interesting. I wrote this song as a tribute to my marriage and

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Broadjam Member Reviews

The upbeat feel of this song was very attention- grabbing and enjoyable. Once the lyrics set in, I was even more pleasantly surprised. I wasn't expecting this to be a country song at first but the choice of arrangement was really nice. I also really liked the end piece when most instrumentation was removed and the overall feel of the song was very real and raw.

    - Dana and Brad

nice crossover music

    - Chief
Lyrics

I saw the car and thought someone fantastic's gotta drive that
You came walkin' across the parking lot and there was just no lookin' back
That '57 Chevy was the start of something good
And it wasn't just the 350 that roared beneath the hood

It's all about the wheels
Oh baby, it's all about the wheels

Ridin' up Brownell Mountain on the back of your red dirt bike
My arms around your waist I was so happy to hold on tight
Drivin' over giant bolders as big as my '71 LeMans
I buried my chin in your shoulder and just smiled and hung on

It's all about the wheels
Oh baby, it's all about the wheels
It's all about the wheels
Oh honey, it's all about the wheels

Then there's Berry Big Block a '69 GMC stepside
The 396 roared and rumbled I couldn't wait to get inside
You didn't build that pickup truck to try to get in on some action
But you torqued it up added a ratchet and a rear-end posi-traction

It's all about the wheels
Oh baby, it's all about the wheels
It's all about the wheels
Oh honey, it's all about the wheels

Now it's twenty-five years later and we're still collecting wheels
Buying Hemming's monthly and keepin' an eye out for good deals
By the looks of our collection you might say our tastes have tamed
My Corvair and your Sharknose show our style hasn't waned

So meet me at midnight at the stopsign at Maple and Pine
We'll drag race our little beauties a quarter-mile in a straight line
The thrill will make you wanna push the peddle through the floor
No matter who wins the race I'll be climbing through your door

It's all about the wheels
Oh baby, it's all about the wheels
It's all about the wheels
Oh honey, it's all about the wheels
It's all about the wheels
Oh baby, it's all about the wheels

Song Length
4:10
Genres
Country - Rock, Country - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Ecstatic, Delightful

Subject Matter
Wheels, Loving Marriage

Similar Artists
Shania Twain, Linda Ronstadt
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Carol Ann Jones
Music Credits Carol Ann Jones
Producer Credits Andre Maquera
Publisher Credits Oakland Station Records, LLC
Performance Credits Carol Ann Jones
Label Credits Independent