John Worsham

John Worsham

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Pop - Rock | Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,930   
Member Since: 2011
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Plays:

79

Song Description

That giddy feeling you get in the first month of being in love

Story Behind the Song

Personal experience

Lyrics

Well, since I met you, I can't seem to live without you
I walk into walls and I'm tripping over carpet and shoes
I'm taking cold showers - this fever ought to break any day now.
Why don't they find a cure for this thing called NewLove Blues

My friends are all telling me that I'm not the person I once was
When we go out drinking, I only have a couple or brews
Then I sit in a corner, smiling to myself thinking of you
I wish they'd find a cure for this thing called New Love Blues

Break:
They tell me that the first two weeks are the worst
Your palms are all sweaty and you can't quench your thirst
Your heart starts beating till you think it'll burst
Every time you hear her name or anything that sounds the same

Since I met you, I can't seem to live without you
I put my eggs in the toaster, my bacon on the bar-b-que
But how can I help it when I'm crazy as a fool about you?
I guess I'll never find a cure for these New Love Blues

Song Length
2:32
Genres
Country - Rockabilly, Blues - Chicago
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Joyful, Delightful

Subject Matter
Falling in Love, Joy

Similar Artists
The Stray Cats, Elvis Presley
Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits John Worsham
Music Credits John Worsham
Producer Credits John Worsham
Publisher Credits Worshamusic
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Label Credits None