Ken Lehnig

Ken Lehnig

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Country - Americana | Chula Vista, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,581   
Member Since: 2014
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   Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, Gordon Haskill

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Plays:

16

Song Description

Will love survive poverty!

Story Behind the Song

The failed economy and love.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Very original composition and very well done. Very touching theme. Puts me very much to mind of Harry Chapin. Good hook with good instrumentation and arrangement.

    - MGB

It reminded my of Harry Chapin. There are some really good parts. The first part of the chorus is great.

    - Keith Taylor
Lyrics

AMY LOWE

When the sun came up this morning
I found myself in a situation (cash negation)
One that require a song or two
Because I can't find a sane explanation

I heard you shouldn't worry about tomorrow
Tomorrow will have worries enough ( true enough)
I'm standing here without a penny in my pocket
The bank took back all my stuff

Amy Lowe I been brought down low
I think they rigged the game
Amy Lowe I been brought down low
I had it once I'll have it again

I don't have a single answer
Hell I ain't no politician (above suspicion)
All I know is now I'm a poor man
American's dreams are only fiction

Amy Lowe I know I shouldn't ask you
But you know my love didn't change
Would you consider marrying me
A couple things I may need to rearrange


They can fake it when they can make it
They can do what -what they will do
The question really is do we take it
Because I don't know what is true

Amy Lowe I just have to ask you
Does the free falling get in the way
Aint got no stock gave back the house
But will you love baby love me anyway



Associated Videos

Video - Amy Lowe
Amy Lowe

Ken Lehnig and the Burning Sage Band at San Diego's Gator by the Bay. 2012

Song Length
4:55
Genres
Rock - Easy Listening, Rock - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Troubled, Miserable

Subject Matter
General, Poverty

Similar Artists
David Bowie, Elvis Costello
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ken Lehnig
Music Credits Ken Lehnig and the Burning Sage Band
Producer Credits Eric DeLand, Jeff Ser, Cory Wilkins
Publisher Credits Desert Windsong Publishing
Performance Credits Ken Lehnig, Rick Lehnig, Eric DeLand, Cory Wilkins, Bob Poulin
Label Credits Indie - Ken Lehnig and the Burning Sage Band