Kirsty McGee

Kirsty McGee

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Folk - Americana | Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 189   
Member Since: 2018
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Norah Jones, Tom Waits

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Song Description

Woman advises younger woman on love & duplicity

Story Behind the Song

A foot tapping advice song from an older, more experienced woman to a younger woman about not getting involved with the 'wrong' kind of man.

Broadjam Member Reviews

"There ain't enough salt to melt that ice." VERY clever. VERY catchy. The vocal is impeccably sung, very lounge-y. Great instrumentation.

    - Kate Carpenter
Lyrics

You put a lot of trust in that man
But his kisses barely grazed your broken heart
And his hot hands strayed before you gave them leave
I guess I could have told you that part

You came off lightly, no lasting damage done
Next time I guess you're going to listen to my advice
If I told you once, I told you twice
There ain't enough salt to melt that ice

He's a cold man, he's cold up to the level
And he does his level best to seem less so
And he's fooled so many people so don't take it to heart
It isn't really such a body blow

He's a cold man, he's cold up to the brim
But it's those crystal eyes that make him seem so nice
Don't let him fool you, no, don't be taken in
There ain't enough salt to melt that ice

Song Length
2:48
Genres
Unique - General, Rock - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Diplomatic, Cool

Subject Matter
Masculinity, Bad Love

Similar Artist
Tom Waits, Marc Ribot
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Kirsty McGee
Music Credits Kirsty McGee
Producer Credits Kirsty McGee, Howard Jacobs, Barkley MacKay
Publisher Credits Touch Tones
Performance Credits Kirsty McGee (guitar, voice), Howard Jacobs (percussion, drums), Nick Blacka (double bass), James Steel (electric guitar)
Label Credits Hobopop Recordings