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I DENY THAT - (by Matt Kjeldsen)  Year: 2005
Matt Kjeldsen A humorous tune about denial of all sorts of personal accusations against the singer. The music builds and becomes more excited as the vocal becomes quicker and more complicated. Funny, rocking folk. Great for comedy, as a backing track or as a title track. Male Vocals, Rock, Folk Rock
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Rock, Folk Rock
191650 3:31 Med Fast 135   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: I Deny That
Catalog ID: 191650  ISRC: US5UL0647774
Description: A humorous tune about denial of all sorts of personal accusations against the singer. The music builds and becomes more excited as the vocal becomes quicker and more complicated. Funny, rocking folk. Great for comedy, as a backing track or as a title track.

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Artist or Group: Matt Kjeldsen

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Keywords: Folk Denial Rocking Comic Humorous Hurried Singer Songwriter Witty Lively Satire Self Deprecating Singer/Songwriter Irony Seasoned Relationship Building

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Rock Music
       Folk Rock
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:31   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 135
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drum Kit, Bass, Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar, Vocals
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Hangin' on the Edge
Moods: Bitter, Bright, Building, Campy, Carefree, Cheerful, Confrontational, Edgy, Energetic, Fiery, Fun, Happy, Heated, Intelligent, Lively, Rebellious, Reflective, Swaggering, Thinking, Whimsical

Styles: 2010s (MMX), Ballad, Club / Bar / Lounge, Comedy, Comedy / Dark Humor, Drama / 30-Something, Film Vocal, Indie, Section / Credits, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Alcohol, Kitsch, Music, Today, Philosophical

Lyrics
I Deny That

She said I was lazy, shiftless and full of greed
I had no respect for religion or any of the powers that be
I was despondent, disengaged, disinterested and bored
But, when she said I drank myself stupid, I protested from the floor

Chorus:
I deny that
It’s a lie, that
What you say is not relevant in any way
There’s no truth in your accusatory display
I was pushed, I didn’t know, I didn’t see, it wasn’t clear
I couldn’t tell, I didn’t hear, something broke, I couldn’t steer
It wasn’t me, I had a flat
I deny that

She said I contrary, counter and contrived
I was ugly and mean and just barely civilized
I was in need of exercise, Exlax, stresslax and reason
But, when she called me loud, I yelled back at her treason

Repeat chorus:

She said I was selfish, surly and rude
I was older than younger and should not be seen nude
That I couldn’t possibly believe all the tripe that I spewed
But, when she called me a hypocrite
I choked down two big gulps of self-righteous attitude
Turned up the amplitude and said

Repeat chorus:

I deny what you say, I deny that I said it
I deny that I wrote it, I deny that I read it
I deny I was there, I deny that I’m here
I deny my denial and my conscience is clear
I deny that
I deny that
Extended Keywords: home spun witty playing with words humorous reflection on life sitting on the back porch playing guitar watching the rain a world of denial harmonies "I deny my denial and my conscience is clear" upbeat folk rock adult situations lightens the tension in a scene

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