Ken Lehnig

Ken Lehnig

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Country - Americana | Chula Vista, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,579   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, Gordon Haskill

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Plays:

90

Song Description

A hard working man's love for a woman

Story Behind the Song

A hard working man's love for a woman.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

This song had a nice feel. The instruments blended well with the main theme. I thought the different sections blended nicely and the transitions worked well also. I liked the soft quality in the singer's voice, it worked well with the lyrics and added to the overall mood. I liked the variety of instruments used here as well the little counter themes they added were nice.

    - andy blackwood

A very "honest" interpretation of the lyrics. I would defiantly "Take Your Hand" ! Lovely song!

    - Dale Jean Covington
Lyrics

I'm a rough edged man a tiller of the land
All I know is to work hard with my hands
But I'm a holding a deep affection for you
Could you find a place in your heart for such a man

Will you take my hand Miss Pauline would you
For all my failings Miss Pauline here I stand
Will you take my hand Miss Pauline could you
And make me the world's happiest man

All I've garnered in this world I will share with you
We will stand together against every coming storm
I know I'm not the best of all that have suited you
MY visage is of a man windblown, darkened and worn

If we should marry I would tend you every need
Ne're raise my voice or treat you unkind
I offer a plain speaking and God fearing man
Poor and wrongful ways I will leave behind

Song Length
4:34
Genres
Country - Americana, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Gracious, Congenial

Subject Matter
Marriage, Falling in Love


Language
English
Era
1950 - 1959

Lyric Credits Ken Lehnig
Music Credits Ken Lehnig
Producer Credits Ken Lehnig/John Hildebrand
Publisher Credits Desert Windsong Publishing
Performance Credits BMI
Label Credits American Music Show