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A CITY AND A LIFE AND A GIRL - (by Greg Beattie)  Year: 2011
Greg Beattie A guy who thinks too much trying to have a good time with a woman who doesn't. Honky-tonk acoustic with a contemporary vibe, lots of energy and some lyrical surprises. Solid groove supports male vocal, blues-jazz fiddle and dobro. Mixed Vocals, Pop, Acoustic Pop
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Pop, Acoustic Pop
460187 2:54 Fast 168   
Variation (instrumental track) - Pop, Tropical Rock
450863 2:54 Fast 166   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: A City and a Life and a Girl
Catalog ID: 460187  ISRC: US5UL1111768
Description: A guy who thinks too much trying to have a good time with a woman who doesn't. Honky-tonk acoustic with a contemporary vibe, lots of energy and some lyrical surprises. Solid groove supports male vocal, blues-jazz fiddle and dobro.

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Artist or Group: Greg Beattie

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Keywords: City Life Girl Confused Buzzed Living Driving Rhythmic Fun Charged Spirited Swing Congas Happy Positive Jumping Jive Fun Fun-Loving Party Partying Dancing

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Pop Music
       Acoustic Pop
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:54   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 168
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Dobro, Drum Kit, Bass, Folk Fiddle, Soprano Voice, Tenor Voice
   Vocal Mix: Mixed Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Calaveras--Green Girl
Use Restrictions: Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Adventurous, Animated, Bouncy, Bright, Buoyant, Carefree, Easy, Energetic, Fast, Flirtatious, Fun, Groovy, Light, Lively, Passionate, Playful, Spirited, Street-Smart, Thinking, Vibrant

Styles: Bluesy, Club / Bar / Lounge, Comedy, Drama / 30-Something, Drama / Mature, Film Vocal, Honky Tonk, Indie, Romantic Comedy, Romantic New Love, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Life, Searching, Falling, New Romance, Feeling Good

Lyrics
Tuesday morning without any coffee and too many chores to do
Along came Sally biking down the alley to show me her new tattoo
She said hop on and I said alright and she took me to a place she knows
A little speak easy down in the shadows where nobody I know goes

I said you gotta be crazy
she said hey don’t we all?
So we got up and danced to an old time record
until I started to fall

Fallin’ like a priest in the city of angels or a soul on capitol hill
Fallin’ like a star into smoke and ash or the buzz from a little white pill
Fallin’ like a trucker looking for a load in an empty container world
Fallin’ like a brick into the mix of a city and a life and a girl

I did a little thinking, a little bit of drinking and I called Sally again
I made my bed but I couldn’t sleep in it, so I said let’s be friends
She started to take her shoes off and I said hey let’s be clear
I like my fun but honestly hun that’s not why I brought you here

She said never say never
And I said I never do.
So we got up and danced to an old time record
Just like lovers do

Fallin’ like a priest in the city of angels or a soul on capitol hill
Fallin’ like a star into smoke and ash or the buzz from a little white pill
Fallin’ like a trucker looking for a load in an empty container world
Fallin’ like a brick into the mix of a city and a life and a girl
Extended Keywords: jamming free joyful optimistic cheerful bouncy positive pleasurable beach sunny summertime shakin' boogie fiddle-solo country americana jangly carefree unconcerned live-for-today festival carnival celebration playful two-step energy charged juiced brisk pleasing pumped charging aggressive surprising New Orleans shuffle beat rhythmic shimmy drink drunk Jimmy Buffett tropical dating speak-easy dive-bar disrobe crazy seductive girl dance old-time-record letting go city of angels Los Angeles pills fall falling disoriented slipping Tuesday morning tattoo Sally friends-or-lovers never-say-never

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