• Artist: Emile Menasche
  • Title: Why Him
  • Genre: Ska
  • Mood: Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Fast (130-160)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Anguish Desperation, Breaking Up Saying Goodbye, Broken-Hearted, Love Lost, Jealousy Animosity, Moving On Letting Go
  • Lyrics: Why him? Anyone one but him! If it can't be me... I wish it would be me but Why must it be him? I get sick at just the thought of him he's so slick laying next to you tracing smilies on your stomach So you say it's really over Well I'm not over it yet You introduce me as your "dear old friend" how tacky can you get? You know he calls you Mona Lisa? and it's not 'cause of your smile This guy runs around bragging on his conquests He's a total juvenile I'm so sorry about the cioffee I dind't think it would burn his lap like that I guess i take it back And you say it's really over Well I ain't over it yet You introduce me as a dear old friend how tacky can you get? I don't want to know (know know know) Any more about him! I hate...I hate him I hate his height and his way with women He's such a smooth operator But I wish...I wish I was him I had his height and his way with women I'd like to be an operator And you say it's really over Well I ain't over it yet You introduce me as a dear old friend how tacky can you get? Why me? Anyone one but me I'm going home. I really hate this job now that you are dating him (repeat) And you say it's really over Well I ain't over it yet You introduce me as a dear old friend how tacky can you get? I don't want to know (know know know) Any more about him!
  • Keywords: aggressive, Bass, Guitar

About Emile Menasche

“Menasché is a writer who has done music for films, and this is a beautiful set of acoustic music that evokes many moods, most of them quiet. Musically, there’s a mix of Latin, jazz and folk that works wonderfully with Menasché’s mastery of the guitar. It’s simple and comforting music in a day when it’s needed.”—John Heidt, Vintage Guitar, December, 2009.

Whether working solo or with his bands Speak the Language or Blue Planet, Menasche is ...

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