Ken Lehnig

Ken Lehnig

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Country - Americana | Chula Vista, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,581   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, Gordon Haskill

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Plays:

39

Song Description

Dysfunctional relationship.

Broadjam Member Reviews

Very unique sound - Sort of like the B-52s meet the Doors. I really liked the drop at 2:50. It takes a lot of confidence and balls to do it a-Capella in the middle of a song like that. The guitar solo fade out was also a nice touch! Beat had me toe-tapping throughout and even after the song ended, that riff stuck with me.

    - Sean Michael
Lyrics

I got up frightened something about your face
Standing at the station dressed well and out of place
It was morning pouring rain There was something to pay
They were filming a funeral it was a part you could play

If you wouldn't mind baby
Would you do something for me
But It might be easier
To keep the sun from going down

I saw your eyes and they were accusing me
Of my petty failings I became your enemy
I dreamed of a garden all thorns and dark blooms
The path was worn it led to your dreary room
(Chorus)

Baby baby shed your hardened skin
Baby baby would you let me in
Your pain is well earned I wont deny its true
But I'm the best thing that's ever happened to you

All those demons that whisper in your ear
You know what I;m saying if you get close enough to hear
Take a train to anywhere that takes you away from you
Black or white it don't make it true.


Song Length
4:18
Genres
Rock - General, Rock - Gothic
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Uptight, Fuming

Subject Matter
Bad Love, Darkness

Similar Artists
Annie Lennox, Metallica
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ken Lehnig
Music Credits Ken lehnig and the Burning Sage Band
Producer Credits Eric Deland, Jeff Sers, Cory Wilkins
Publisher Credits Desert Windsong Music
Performance Credits Ken lehnig and the Burning Sage Band
Label Credits American Windsong Music