Kettle Black (Selsky/Dunkle)

Story Behind The Song

This is a collaboration with musical mastermind George Selsky, it is a spinoff of his song "The Kettle Black". The song is about the harsh words that sometimes come from out of our mouths that are very hurtful to others, and although we apologize many times - these words are never forgotten.

Song Description

This is a collaboration with musical mastermind George Selsky, it is a spinoff of his song "The Kettle Black". The song is about the harsh words that sometimes come from out of our mouths that are very hurtful to others, and although we apologize many times - these words are never forgotten.

Song Length 3:18 Genre Rock - Hard Rock, Rock - General
Tempo Slow (71 - 90) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Subject Regret, Other Similar Artists Tom Petty, Bob Dylan
Language English Era 2000 and later

Lyrics

You call, call me crazy
You call, call me blind
Don't you, you

Don't you ever think about these words about these lines
don't you know you can't get em back
You can't get em back

I hear the wind a calling
I hear the pot cry
I hear the wind a calling all the time
I hear the wind a calling
The Kettle Black, Kettle Black, Kettle Black
Kettle Black, Kettle Black

Lyrics Randal Dunkle Music George Selsky
Producer George Selksy Performance George Selsky, Randal Dunkle
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