David Landon

David Landon

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Blues - Rock | Berkeley, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 165   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

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Song Description

A frustrated man (or woman) sings about his partner's running around, no good ways and her mis-treatment of him and asks just to get a break. This tune is meant to be humoros and not angry,spiteful or mean.

Story Behind the Song

Inspired by my wonderful wife in one of my frustrated moments- everythingh in the song is fictitious however, except the feeling of frustration.

Lyrics

Hey baby, don?t you treat me this way
I say most every night.
I?m getting tired of your running around
And girl you know that just aint right.
All my friends call me a fool and they say you?re just no good.
And then I say that I?m leaving, but you know I never could.

Hey Girl, take a listen to me
It?s something that you never do.
Sit down and open your heart
?Cause I want to talk to you.
Don?t tell me that you love me, then treat me so bad.
Lord I just don?t know
Why I?m in love with a woman that loves to hurt me so.

CHORUS

I?m just your fool, but I don?t know how much I can take.
So baby please won?t you come on home
And give my poor heart a break.
Come on baby, Give my poor heart a break.

Well I?ve tried so hard to do my best
But girl you just won?t quit.
I know you?re running around, all over town
And I?ve seen who you?re dancing with.
The funny thing is that I pity the fool who ever falls in love with you.
So take one look at me, cause baby you and I are through.

CHORUS

I was your fool, and I took all that I could take
So now it?s time to draw the line
And give my poor heart a break
I?ve decided to give my poor heart a break

Song Length
3:05
Genres
Blues - Country, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Disconcerted, Cross

Subject Matter
Dysfunctional Relations, Relationship

Similar Artists
Hank Williams, Arlo Guthrie
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits David Landon
Music Credits David Landon
Producer Credits David Landon
Publisher Credits Whip Records
Performance Credits David Landon:guitar/vocals, Ernest Carter:drums, Brian McConeel:bass
Label Credits Whip Records