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Mean Mary – Sweet

Mean Mary
Sep 14, 2017

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Artist: Mean Mary
Song: Sweet
Album: Sweet

Lyrics

I don’t wanna be a fool in love and I don’t wanna be a lovin’ fool
I don’t wanna take advantage of you and I don’t want you to take me to school
When I walk, I walk your way, it’s like I’m in a ballet and I got happy feet
Like a kid with a lollipop, I skip and I hop, ‘cause your love is kinda sweet

I wanna little more, mi amore, and I want you to want a little more of me
I wanna take you to a sun-kissed land, where I can watch you tan and sip iced-tea
I wanna kiss and kiss some more on a white sugar shore with no shoes on our feet
You can splash and crash into me in a green apple sea where everything is … sweet

Chorus:
Sweet like candy, hotter than a summer crush
Lovin’ you can be, sweeter than a sugar rush
Sweet like candy, hotter than a summer crush
Lovin’ you can be, sweeter than a sugar rush

I wanna dance with you and kiss in the rain, Don’t wanna have to rein in the kiss
When there’s a storm in paradise it can be rather nice, just trust me on this
When the clouds start looking tough, burnt marshmallow fluff, we, will not retreat
We’ll kiss and kiss till we sneeze, as smug as we please, and as cute as we are sweet

Chorus:
Sweet like candy, hotter than a summer crush
Lovin’ you can be, sweeter than a sugar rush
Sweet like candy, hotter than a summer crush

Mmmm … like candy…

Quite.

 

 

Mean Mary – Dark Woods (Official Music Video)

Mean Mary
Published on Aug 9, 2019

Dark Woods is on Mean Mary’s upcoming album, Cold. Pre-order now at meanmary.com/cold

Special thank you to Deering Banjos. Mary is playing a Deering Goodtime Midnight Special in the video.

Video filmed and edited by Mary James and Jean James.

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Cold ashes of an old camp fire
A scrap of cloth caught on a briar
Could these be us? Were we once here?
When did we both disappear?

I hear a voice among the trees
Maybe just the nighttime breeze
Maybe it’s the wild things roaming free
Wild like you, wild like me
Calling now to you and me
We must follow, can’t you see? – come with me

CHORUS:
Forget the city and its false lights
They steal your dreams, they steal your nights
Leave your troubles, your worldly goods
And run with me, run with me
to the dark woods

Footprints in a hidden cave
Mementoes time chose to save
Initials carved in the frost
How did we ever get so lost?

Can’t you see? It’s all so clear
No one else has ever been here
Except for the wild things roaming free
Wild like you, wild like me
Calling now to you and me
And we must follow, can’t you see? – run with me

CHORUS

In the dark we have no fear
In the woods no one can hear
Except for the wild things roaming free
Wild like you, wild like me
Only the wild things, here to see
Wild like you, wild like me

CHORUS

(Lyrics and music: Mary James, Jean James)

Nice and Neat!

And it seems that Mary has developed a signature sound.

This is certainly an excellent thing.

 

 

Glen Campbell

In Memoriam‬
Glen Campbell
‪Sunrise: 22-Apr-1936‬
‪Sunset: 08-Aug-2017

Props to Go-Go Ray for the initial post.

 

 

Duane Eddy – Rebel-rouser

RoverTCB
Published on May 2, 2008

The master of twang! Eddy had 5 Top 40 hits between 1958 and 1963, I think this track was one of the first, in 1958.

Just gorgeous.

Duane Eddy – Ghost Riders In The Sky

xrayit
Published on Dec 2, 2007

Duane Eddy Plays “Ghost Riders In The Sky” (1996).

Please join us at the new Duane Eddy Tribute Page Forum: facebook.com/groups/15709…

The man had TONE!

Damn… such superb talent lost to Heaven’s own band…

 

 

John Fogerty

John Fogerty — Creedence Clearwater Revival

Source: xcountcal6575x

As I understand it, my hero John Fogerty has succeeded in ironing out the differences he had with the other members of Creedence.

This can only be a good thing.

 

 

The Carter Family – Wildwood Flower

Hippekuln
Published on Jul 30, 2007

From the Grand Ole Opry

Oh, my, a super fine family, those Carters!

 

 

I Took Three Bennies & My Semi Truck Won’t Start by Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen

Thumper homie since 95. Thumper homie since 95.

Uploaded on Jul 3, 2009

I am very glad that this wonderful song is out there. So glad.

This song for me is … well, one of those songs, you know? Desert Island stash kinda song.

Smitten since my very first listen back when it was new and still I am.

Peace.

 

Uploaded by  on Mar 10, 2011

Recorded live at the Boardinghouse in San Francisco, California. July 23, 1973

1. Cheyenne @ 0:02
2. Down Where The River Bends @ 2:43
3. Love Please Come Home @ 7:27
4. Midnight Moonlight @ 11:01
5. Fanny Hill @ 16:05
6. Hard Hearted Heart Beaker @ 19:54
7. Lonesome L.A. Cowboy @ 22:55
8. Pig In A Pen @ 27:33
9. Panama Red @ 30:27
10.Wild Horses @ 33:33
11.White Dove @ 38:08
12. Wicked Path Of Sin @ 42:37
13. Blue Mule @ 45:00
14. Orange Blossom Special @ 50:53
15. Old & In The Way Breakdown @ 55:42
16. On And On @ 59:26
17. Lonesome Fiddle Blues @ 1:03:22
18. The Fields Have Turned Brown @ 1:06:34
19. Mule Skinner Blues @ 1:11:20
20. Catfish John @ 1:14:08
21. Land Of The Navajo @ 1:17:22
22. Hobo Song @ 1:26:32

I was ever so happy to find this recording!

Old And In The Way is, to me, the best in bluegrass. And this is an hour and a half of them!

Featuring the combined talents of master musicians Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, Vassar Clements, Peter Rowan and John Kahn… aided by soundman Owsley Stanley… in a search for that wonderful High Lonesome sound that for some reason just fills me with lonesome happiness. Lonesome is all I have ever known.

 

I post this every so often, on Facebook, anyway.

It is so powerful — and I most definitely relate to the message — in so many ways.

The accompanying imagery is also exceptionally well done. Assuredly on the level required for a Cash music video.

I am so glad as well that Johnny Cash, my childhood hero, turned out to be even cooler than I ever thought possible when I was a little boy.