Craig Bowers

Craig Bowers

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Blues - Modern | Vero Beach, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,697   
Member Since: 2004
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Plays:

89

Song Description

A man is tormented by the addiction that he shares with the one he loves.

Story Behind the Song

Written about two drug addicted friends.Because it was always dark in their apartment and they never came out in daylight I used a vampire analogy.

Lyrics

New Blood
Words and Music by Craig Bowers

I've seen that look too many times to tell
You're going out that door, I can't make you stay
Though my heart is crying, I stay silent
We both know it's better this way

I can't help you ... I can't help myself
It's the same old hunger, a wolf out in the woods
And somewhere in this cities cold, cold heart
You walk the streets searching for new blood

And new blood is all she talks about
It's a craving that won't go away
Crueler than a lovers touch
Colder than the light of day

We were slow dancing to the radio
Floating down from somewhere up above
We kept close together in the darkness
We kept warm by making love

I've seen that look too many times to tell
You're going out that door, I can't make you stay
Though my heart is crying for you, these lips stay silent
We both know it's better this way

And new blood is all we ever talk about
It's a craving that won't go away
Softer than the dark of the night
So much colder than the light of day

And new blood is all she talks about
It's a craving that won't go away
Crueler than a lovers touch
Colder than the clear light of day


Song Length
6:38
Genres
Blues - Rock, Blues - Modern
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Cheerless

Subject Matter
Addiction, Drugs

Similar Artists
The Rolling Stones, Robert Cray
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Craig Bowers
Music Credits Craig Bowers
Producer Credits Robert Stephen/Craig Bowers
Publisher Credits Craig Bowers
Performance Credits Craig Bowers w/ Madcow