George Turcotte

George Turcotte

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Unique - General | Ottawa, Canada
Total Song Plays: 327   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

An upbeat folk rocker with the hope that she could be the one. Has a cool half time chorus, sounds like John Hiatt to me.



Girl you're shaking like a leaf on a tree
Could I be doing to you what you're doing to me
Your lips quiver with some soundless plea
Oh, could this really be?

The love that I've been looking for so long
The kind of love worth writing about in a song
The kind that binds the strings of your heart up in knots so strong

All the lights are going green
You paint the sweetest scenes I've ever seen
Of the crop, you are the cream
Are you just what you seem?

And will we entwine in this dangerous dance?
And lay on the line a full lifetime of chance
My knees are some week, but girl I'll take a stance
Oh, hold me now, whilst I'm tripping in this trance

My head is whirling on a whispering wind
Tell me little angel where in hell have you been
You might taste just like a peach, you're ever sweeter than sin
Oh, where will I begin?

I'm losing all my self-control
I wonder will you welcome me in the fold?
My heart is finally feeling whole
I'm coming in from the cold

Song Length
Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Falling in Love
Similar Artist
ZZ Top

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Label Credits Earthrock Records