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:

3

Lyrics

This love from you impales me, Cupid's arrow 's found it's mark
In my mind I taste your kiss, a perfect way to start
The aura glow surrounding you is dazzling my sight.
It's just the way, the way I feel, The Way I Feel Tonight.

Playing solo in a lackluster key, giving my song for free
A gentle friend was all the harmony I'd really need
Growing strong from deep within, our music came to life.
Then began the way I feel, The Way I
Feel Tonight.

bridge:
Tonight we ride the comet tail, flying hand in hand
No need to pretend, fall in love again.
Tonight we hop a shooting star, all compass points within.
Heaven starts to spin, we are one again.

Your smile's a magic potion, keeping me from growing old
Your laughter a sweet medicine, I'll risk an overdose.
Your wisdom has a healing touch, giving me an inner sight.
Now can you see the way I feel, The Way I feel tonight.
Instr.
bridge
verse.
Maybe I've been loving you before I've known this life
The way we move so flawlessly as one, might prove me right
The glow that rises from within, is love's eternal light.
I'll always feel the way I feel, The way I feel tonight.


Song Length
5:08
Genres
Jazz - Bossa Nova, Jazz - Lounge
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male/Female

Subject Matter
Falling in Love, Happiness

Similar Artist
James Taylor'
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Elliott Ranney, Ellen Ranney
Music Credits Elliott Ranney, Ellen Ranney
Producer Credits Elliott Ranney
Performance Credits Elliott Ranney - classical guitar, vocal; Ellen Ranney - vocal; Derick Tramel - tenor sax; Patrick Rodriguez - percussion; Stephen Ranney - upright bass; Joe Winters - drums
Label Credits indie