• Artist: Jeff Litman
  • Title: Girl Down I95
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive
  • Speed: Very Fast (160 +)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), All Other, Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/3/2013
  • Lyric themes: Hope, Traveling, Courtship Dating, Attraction/Sex Appeal, Falling in Love
  • Lyrics: It never mattered at all if it don't come easy. I never could get it down if it don't taste sweet. You came out of the blue and it makes me feel queasy. Taking chances has never been one of my things. When you touch me beware ‘cause I cut like a razor. And when you're not even there I can sense that there's danger. But I feel alive for the first time in my life. Gonna take a chance with the girl down I95. Trading passion for safety has treated me all right. I mend my bruises alone and it ain't that bad. It is always been easy to run from the first fight, and hope that it don't run me down again. When you touch me beware ‘cause I cut like a razor. And when you're not even there I can sense that there's danger. But I feel alive for the first time in my life. Gonna take a chance with the girl down I95. I don't know how it's all gonna end but that's fine. Something about you pulls my feet to the fire. It never mattered at all if it don't come easy. I never could get it down if it don't taste sweet. So, when you touch me beware ‘cause I cut like a razor. And when you're not even there I can sense that there's danger. But I feel alive for the first time in my life. Yeah, I feel alive for the first time in my life. Gonna go for a drive, the mid-Atlantic in my sights. Gonna take a chance with the girl down I95.
  • Keywords: peppy, energetic, happy, rock, Bass, Guitar

About Jeff Litman

Jeff Litman - Singer/Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist

Somewhere on the homestretch to an actual doctorate in classical guitar (yes, they have them), the phenomenally accomplished musician Jeff Litman turned to face the awful truth: his true talent wasn't for gnarly Spanish concertos but post-punk American three-minute pop songs. Upon the release of his 2009 debut Postscript, critics clearly agreed, comparing its jolts of gritty, melodic Americana to the likes of Pete Yorn, Michael Penn, and Elvis Costello.

As the multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter worked on ...

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