Two Cent Revival

Two Cent Revival

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Folk - Rock | Brooklyn, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,584   
Member Since: 2012
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Song Description

A man has been on a date with a girl, and is worried that she will be repelled by him once she realizes what kind of person he is.

Story Behind the Song

I went on a great date with a passionate girl, but sensed that she would lose interest once she realized I didn't share a similar passion and vitality.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

The baritone vocal fits the song nicely. Nice rhythm breaks, background guitar fills are subtle and color the song instead of cluttering it up.

    - Cory Cole

Really enjoyed listening. Good quality recording and performance.

    - Han

I'm sitting there,
sipping my beer,
you walk on by,
I notice you,

You look at me,
I look at you,
you match my stare,
and I look down.

I forget about you,
til later when,
you come again,
say hi to me.

You my girl,
say some,
interesting things,
and when you smile,
it makes me feel,
so goddamn good,
but when you look into,
my eyes and see what I am,
will you run away from me?

I take you out,
we have some fun,
I sip some tonics,
you sip some rum,
you say you like me,
I say I like you,
but you don't me,
and I don't you.

I act the man,
you act the woman,
I buy you drinks,
and you, you laugh and coo.

You my girl,
say some interesting things,
and when you smile,
it makes me feel so goddamn good,
but when you look into my eyes,
and see what I am,
will you run away from me?

Song Length
Rock - Americana, Blues - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Attracted, Crush, City


Lyric Credits Matt Jones
Music Credits Matt Jones
Producer Credits Bobby Sichran
Publisher Credits Matt Jones Media
Performance Credits Matt Jones, Bobby Sichran, Dan Davine, Robert Coover