Ultrasonic Jones

Ultrasonic Jones

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania, United States
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Member Since: 2007
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Song Description

This track is about realizing that life hands you all sorts of challenges, but through it all, you WILL be OK. It's truly a spiritually uplifting song.

Lyrics

"Stranger Things"

Met a couple in a hot tub, haunted by a cowboy ghost.
A child from a mining town, from way out on the left coast.
Aas the palm trees swayed and I could hear a slight warm breeze.
I wasn't sure if it was the rum, but a I swear that ghost was next to me.

Well Stranger Things are coming, are you ready for the call? And finer things like diamond rings might not be distant afterall.

This guy I know sells scraps of steel, in the outskirts of Detroit.
From town to town and door to door, in a metal world he's not maladroit.
Late at night in Studio B, where the spiders seem to roam.
He grabs his Strat and plugs it in, then takes a trip and brings in home.

(Chorus)

A red bird knocks on my window. And why she knocks I'll never know.
Her nest is gone, it's long gone now, and if she keeps knockin' I'll have to go.
And as the morning came and went, and the tapping finally died. I wasn't sure if it was the sun but I swear that red bird was my guide...

to Stranger things and diamond rings, i'm ready for the call...(chorus)

Song Length
4:11
Genres
Folk - Rock, Country - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Joyful, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Spirituality, Freedom

Similar Artists
Wilco, The Rolling Stones
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Adam Bailine
Music Credits Adam Bailine
Producer Credits Adam Bailine & Rob Aglow
Publisher Credits Ultra Groove Music
Performance Credits Ultrasonic Jones
Label Credits Ultra Groove