• Artist: ted mccloskey
  • Title: Bridget Friday
  • Genre: Rock - Hard Rock/Classic, Rock - Indie Rock
  • Mood: Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/5/2012
  • Lyric themes: Style, Attraction/Sex Appeal, Seduction, Feminism Girl Power
  • Lyrics: Bridget Friday (mccloskey, ©2011) She’s poorly penciled in and wall paper-thin A stick of a figure cloaked in faux animal skin Pixie white ankle boots, pixie cut angled hair It takes a lot of money to look like she doesn’t care Message clear, distortion free Bridget Friday Cat eye sunglasses in tortoise shell frames, Her fingers dripping in gunmetal grey She threads her long legs through a skinny black jean She’s at least thirty two or just barely nineteen Message clear, distortion free, She’s the last thing that you need She’s not real, not a human being Bridget Friday She’s in feathers and leathers, white tassels and lace Plastic jewels on her rings, plastic charms on her chains Black cake eyeliner that explodes at midnight She’s like TV static, shining all black and white
  • Keywords: aggressive, rock, Bass, Guitar, Lo-Fi

About ted mccloskey

Ted McCloskey's One Night Bland is a sprawling 23-track romp that serves up a snarling type of rock and roll that just isn't made anymore.

On it, he explores characters lost and not-likely-found anytime soon; if at all. The songs develop in a series of rapid-fire, pulsating, exposed nerve-endings that hit with focused power, using previously unearthed, glam-influenced, loud, electric guitars, and a stony glare aimed squarely at the target; day-to-day malaise.

The fake, unhappy, cartoon figures ...

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