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Jeez, Louise!


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i'm just so sick and sad of how many young people are being shipped overseas to forfeit their youth for war.

this song is aimed at those young people and the realization that this is a conflict over "black" and really not much more.

we're at $3.14 per gallon where i live. it's pure insanity.
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Lyrics
tell me what you see
when you look into the sea
well, all i see is black
and there's no coming back, no more.

tell me what you see
when you're watching your t.v.
well, all i see is black
and there's no coming back, no more.

it's a disease got me down on my knees
Jeez, Louise, won't you help me please?

tell me what you see
when your gas gauge reads empty
well, all i see is black
and another Humvee attack

it's a disease got me down on my knees
Jeez, Louise, won't you help me please?

it's a disease got us down on my knees
Jeez, Louise, won't you help us please?

tell me what you see
when your staring into the big ol' sea
all you see is black
and you realize there's no coming back no more.
no more.
no more.
no, no, you ain't coming back no more!
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Comments: 13
Fans: 6
Plays: 163
Downloads: 140

Uploaded: Aug 07, 2006 - 08:21:46 PM
Last Updated: Aug 07, 2006 - 08:21:46 PM Last Played: Jan 06, 2019 - 06:47:30 PM
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Comments
trembmic said 4730 days ago (August 7th, 2006)
Simple answer...
Most people complain about the war... and complain about gas prices... know the two influence each other... but never really put it together in their minds and what the implications are. Well spoken!...

Mike T.
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said 4729 days ago (August 8th, 2006)
Tina Louise
I'm more of a Mary Ann kind of guy.
Very good production and singing.
said 4729 days ago (August 8th, 2006)
Yeah...
A dash of Ray Davies and John Lennon with a pinch of Dylan! Excellent!
Great guitar sound. Lovely vocal harmonies.

Be well!



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jimid said 4728 days ago (August 9th, 2006)
Thats no Bull
Nice work - in GW we trust...not
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jiguma said 4728 days ago (August 9th, 2006)
nice and full.
Boris, sorry to be so late here! I like the song - especially the lyrics/
vocals. What you're paying per gallon, some European countries nearly
pay per litre, so I wouldn't shout too loud ; ) Well produced - nice and
full.
I'd really like to hear this with a full rock band - letting someone like
John (TEXASFEEL) Luper at it would lift it a lot - if you go that way, I
know a drummer and bass player!
Like Mungo, I'm more of a Maryanne guy.
Peace,
Neil
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ktb said 4726 days ago (August 11th, 2006)
Ginger rules
Well written and performed. The vocal doubling worked well. Got a nice
fat sound out of the acoustics as well. Good to see someone putting
their angst to such creative purpose.
Check out my latest song called Blackwater (by Tokai)
ktb said 4726 days ago (August 11th, 2006)
Ginger rules
Well written and performed. The vocal doubling worked well. Got a nice
fat sound out of the acoustics as well. Good to see someone putting
their angst to such creative purpose.
Check out my latest song called Blackwater (by Tokai)
Boris the Bull said 4725 days ago (August 12th, 2006)
Thank you...
thanks for the feedback, gang!

it was one of those mornings and i kind of just felt the need to put
something down. it was kind of fun going into a song so "raw," and not
really worry about later editing, overdubbing, or remixing.

it was very Opel (syd barrett), if i may say so.

i'm looking forward to checking out all of your music as well. i hope
you got some new stuff up! thanks again!!
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offensive_jerk said 4714 days ago (August 23rd, 2006)
hm
I kinda like this song. I like how how simple it is, and the vocals
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vbluesky said 4709 days ago (August 28th, 2006)
cool
vocals and guitar playing, your voice sounds good, reminds me of Marc Bolan,T-Rex.cool pic of my fav castaway
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moorlandt said 4708 days ago (August 29th, 2006)
absolutely charming
Boris, I think this is a great melodic song, very honnest and straightforward (in both senses). A classic but nevertheless highly effective chord progression, and the singing is absolutely charming. My favourite part is the chorus, no doubt about that. Maybe some vocal harmonies instead of doubling the same notes with the second voice would add.

I completely agree with Neil about working this out with a full band. For sure it's more than worth it. Just one little nit on the timing/syncing of the guitars sometimes...

Keep well!
Walter
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DeputyDoofy said 4682 days ago (September 24th, 2006)
I'm such a Doofy...
...wondering why you had a picture of Tina Louise. lol
Great raw sound to the singing, which was perfect for the theme.
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said 4675 days ago (October 1st, 2006)
Digging This
I like that real rock feel to this, The chorus just pops it out of the musical
atmosphere, good job
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