• Artist: Jason Spooner
  • Title: Black and Blue
  • Genre: Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Loops/Samples, All Other, Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/1/0001
  • Lyric themes: Storytelling, Reminiscing, Breaking Up Saying Goodbye, Love Lost, Jealousy Animosity
  • Lyric hook: You might think it's cruel but this won't go away, you thought you had me fooled now I hope you think about it every day, that's how I'll think of you, what can I do? It's how I'll remember you, in black and blue
  • Lyrics:   I think things were over long before I came out here I served as a shoulder looking back over last year I'm out in Las Vegas, I tell you things are different here Second sights and wedding nights reflect in chandeliers You might think it's cruel but this won't go away You thought you had me fooled, now I hope you think about it every day That's how I'll think of you, what can I do? It's how I'll remember you, in black and blue It started out so easy, every thought I thought of you Now it's cold and sleazy, the words you say aren't even true You're back on the East Coast with the men you meet in bars Surrender to the bartender like the little tramp you are You might think it's cruel but this won't go away You thought you had me fooled now I hope you think about it every day That's how I'll think of you, what can I do? It's how I'll remember you, in black and blue I think things were over long before I came out here I served as a shoulder looking back over last year I'm out in Las Vegas, I tell you things are different here Second sights and wedding nights
  • Keywords: light, Bass, Desire, Organic
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Jason Spooner

Jason Spooner

Portland, ME United States

Live at the Falcon Ridge Festival

The ingredients behind northern New England’s Jason Spooner Trio
read like a bizarre musical science experiment. Start with a prolific,
singer/songwriter (Jason Spooner) with heavy roots, folk & blues
influences. Then mix in a classicly-trained bassist (Adam Frederick)
with foundations in jazz and a knack for serious pocket grooves. Lastly,
shake things up with a rock-solid drummer (Reed Chambers) with
deep-seeded roots in funk, soul & reggae and you’ve begun to scratch
the surface of ...

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