Ken Lehnig

Ken Lehnig

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Country - Americana | Chula Vista, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,585   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, Gordon Haskill

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Plays:

79

Song Description

This is about a relationship that went very wrong.

Story Behind the Song

Eleanor has been a compelling name to me. Seems like a woman with that name may have trouble associated with it. I may be absolutely wrong but the song came from that. What was really great was having a horn section in the band for a straight blues peace.

Broadjam Member Reviews

This is a real blues tune. The vocalist does a good job with the lyrics and the instrumentation behind him is excellent and well balanced. Whoever mixed it did a good job. I think this song has a better chance of being picked up for a movie or tv show if you can find the right entry to the studio. It might succeed as a single on the blues charts too.

    - RandBpro

Good solid backing instrumentation, well mixed and well performed. For my nickle it sounds a little more on the old school rock side than country,it has a little Almond Bros ting to it..Nicely done!

    - Jeff Ashbaker
Lyrics

Eleanor Ken LehnigĀ©1990

Eleanor you took me down that sad road
Eleanor you took me down that long sad road
You used it all up and the rest you sold

You took all my money and sold my self esteem
You took all my money and sold my self esteem
You took my reason for living and killed off all of my dreams

I knew you were troubled women
I should have listened to my friends
Before I got weak and fell into your bed
Eleanor I should not have listened to a word you said
Lying comes easy with the twisted noise in your head

Eleanor you up and flew away
Found another fool and flew away
You spent it all and left me hear to pay

Desert Wind Song Publishing

Song Length
3:42
Genres
Blues - Country, Blues - Chicago
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Troubled, Incensed

Subject Matter
Worry, Dysfunctional Relations

Similar Artists
Howlin' Wolf, B.B. King
Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits Ken Lehnig
Music Credits Ken Lehnig
Producer Credits Rick Lehnig
Publisher Credits Desert Windsong Publishing
Performance Credits BMI
Label Credits American Windsong Music