Elliott Ranney

Elliott Ranney

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Jazz - General | Richmond Heights, Missouri, United States
Total Song Plays: 153   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Michael Franks, Kenny Rankin

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Plays:

2

Song Description

finding love after a war

Story Behind the Song

My grandfather was in an army air squadron based in England WWI and I imagine him having an adventure there.

Lyrics

After the war, I remained in Paris
That's where I first heard her name
Although time has taken it's toll,
In my mind, I still walk the banks of the Seine.
In a jazz club, dark and smokey,
Alone, she sat under soft blue light
I swept her up and we danced our way
Through the curtains of the night

The sun rose over a Left Bank cafe,
We sat smoking my last cigarette.
She cryptically spoke of her younger years, nibbling on a crepe of regret.
Then taking my arm she said, "A friend lives nearby, we need not walk very far."
Pulling me near, sweet Lizette whispered in my ear, purring the words,
Menage et trois.
Au revoir, Au Revoir, Au Revoir.

Song Length
2:23
Genres
Jazz - Classic, Spoken Word - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Cool

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Unrequited Love

Similar Artist
Miles Davis
Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits Elliott Ranney
Music Credits Elliott Ranney
Producer Credits Elliott Ranney
Performance Credits Elliott Ranney - classical guitar, Randy Holmes - trumpet; Dan Chopin - spoken word; Stephen Ranney - upright bass; Joe Winters - drums
Label Credits indie