Chantelle Tibbs

Chantelle Tibbs

facebook twitter
Folk - Alternative | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 466   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

Profile    Songs    Videos    Photos    Comments    Bios    Connections    Endorsements   

Sign up for Broadjam today to follow Chantelle Tibbs, and be notified when they upload new stuff or update their news!

Plays: 4
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 5
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 6
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 14
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 14
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 17
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 26
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 38
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 49
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 171
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 48
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 16
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 10
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays: 48
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays:

10

Song Description

This is a sweet melody, simple and soft. It's the story of a woman writing from the road to tell her man she is coming home to him. This song is anchored by a simple guitar rhythm and the hand drums come in later towards the end of the song. Lots of la la las at the end and some more fun harmonies.

Story Behind the Song

I wrote this song for a fella I was seeing. I almost broke up with him on the previous tour I was on and I was glad to be coming home to him. The irony is that I did break up with him on the tour after that. Oh well. I tried to make the lyrics more for a masculine subject, I usually write about women.

Lyrics

The way I love you baby it weren't no joke
I was silly to try to leave you on the road.
I'd have nothing now.
I'd have nothing now.

My daddy say I write much like a bloke
You leave me writing like a lady now I'm told,
He's got nothing now.
He's got nothing now.

I smell you on the lapels of my coat
I taste you on the tip of my dear throat
That's something now.
That's something now.

They've got me on this long road once again
This time it'll see me straight back to your bed
We've got something now.
We've got something now.

Believe me, it's the one you least suspect who will have you down on your knees.
Down on your knees.

Believe me, it's the one you least suspect who will have you down on
your knees.
Down on your knees.

Oh, lalalalalalalala

Song Length
4:48
Genres
Folk - General, Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Moods
Enchanting, Delightful

Subject Matter
Falling in Love, Long

Similar Artists
Mazzy Star, Cat Power
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Chantelle Tibbs
Music Credits Chantelle Tibbs
Producer Credits Paul du Gre
Performance Credits Chantelle Tibbs, Eric Dudinsky, Hoan Ton-That, Jennifer Condos, Anneke Carter, Iliana Phrippidis