Chris Ford

Chris Ford

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Blues - Rock | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 557   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 4/2/2020

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Song Description

Jump Blues/Country song with attitude, and the message of 'love me now or lose me'! Unique story line and hook. Great instrumentals including some smoking piano, guitar, and Blues harmonica solos.

Story Behind the Song

The singer is wanting attention from his lady, who has become absentee from the relationship. He's complaining, and also letting her know he wants a "sign" to know it's still worth his while to hang on. In the end, he dumps her. - Funny tune.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

happening piano and harp...nice shuffle...

    - Lonnie G

Perfect for a million "missing you" scenes.

    - CodeSwitcher

When was the last time you made a call?
When was the last time we talked at all?
When was the last time you treated me right?
When was the last time I didn't sleep alone at night?
....When was the last time?
....When was the last time?

You made a promise to me baby, better make amends.
When was the last time my darlin', you had friend?

When was the last time we shared a smile?
I tell ya baby, it's been a while.
I didn't ask you to leave me be
When was the last time I felt your lovin' arms around me?
....When was the last time?
....When was the last time?

You know I'm tryin' not to quit you, but I need a sign.
When was the last time honey you said you were mine?


C'mon now baby, give me half a chance.
I promise honey; give you hot romance.
My lovin's sweeter than the honey bee's.
When was the last time satisfaction brought you to your knees?
....When was the last time?
.....When was the last time?

I'll fill you up with lovin' Baby, like you've never seen.
When was that last time pretty momma had a man like me?


Your karma's comin' at you baby, now the piper calls.
When was the last time ya paid your dues? I'm gone!

Song Length
Blues - Country, Blues - Chicago
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Unrequited Love, Dysfunctional Relations

1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Chris Ford
Music Credits Chris Ford
Producer Credits Chris Ford
Publisher Credits Chris Ford
Performance Credits Chris Ford (vocals), Tim Gonzalez (Blues Harp), studio musicians