Kim Jones

Kim Jones

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Total Song Plays: 116   
Member Since: 2007
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Song Description

Mr. Darcy reluctantly finds himself falling in love with Miss Elizabeth Bennett a woman beneath his class. Can each overcome their own pride and prejudice?

Story Behind the Song

Jane Austen's beloved novel "Pride & Prejudice" and the stormy relationship between Miss Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy was the inspiration behind the song.

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Lyrics

Miss Elizabeth, you know she brought Mr. Darcy right down. Miss Elizabeth, she didn't let society push her around.

And she tripped up society and pushed all the boundaries and somehow she opened the door. She'd smile and curtsy and flirt all so subtle please so
know one would ever know, the effect that she had on them but she's not
easy to woo and wed 'cause her eyes were on one face alone- Mr. Darcy,
Mr. Darcy , Mr. Darcy , Mr. Darcy.

Miss Elizabeth you spar with him wit for wit tit for tat. Miss Elizabeth, Mr. Darcy's trying to keep his composure look at that.

And she tripped up society and pushed all the boundaries and somehow she opened the door. She'd smile and curtsy and flirt all so subtle please so
know one would ever know, the effect that she had on them but she's not
easy to woo and wed 'cause her eyes were on one face alone- Mr. Darcy,
Mr. Darcy ,Mr. Darcy , Mr. Darcy.

There was a part of him she tried so hard to open. Something inside of him seemed so broken

Miss Elizabeth, my you look so smashing in your wedding dress.
Miss Elizabeth, is poor Mr. Darcy really up for all the rest.

Song Length
4:26
Genre
Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Uptight, Sociable

Subject Matter
Dysfunctional Relations, Relationship

Similar Artists
Melissa Etheridge, Joni Mitchell
Language
English
Era
1800 - 1899

Lyric Credits KIm Jones
Music Credits Kim Jones
Producer Credits Kim Jones & Colin Bricker
Publisher Credits Better Late Than Never Music ASCAP
Performance Credits KIm Jones
Label Credits no label