Steve Earle - What'll You Do About Me mp3 flac
While I've always loved Doug Supernaw's version of this "stalker song", Steve also does a good job on it. Since I've seen that people haven't had much luck.
Steve Earle - What& You Do About Me? . All you wanted was a one night stand The fire, the wine and the touch of a man I fell in love and ruined all your plans What'll you do about.
What'll You Do About Me" is a country music song written by Dennis Linde. Originally recorded by McGuffey Lane then by Steve Earle in 1984, it has also been released as a single by The Forester Sisters and Doug Supernaw, the latter of whom took it to Top 20 on the Billboard country charts in early 1995. What'll You Do About Me" is an uptempo describing a stalker who is singing to his object of affection
Steve Earle has never been so busy. The 62-year-old is a singer-songwriter, actor, playwright, novelist, memoirist, political activist – and we’ve not even got to the heart of the matter yet. Autism is the centre of my life, apart from recovery. Despite the bravado of its title, Earle’s new album, So You Wanna Be an Outlaw, is one of his most tender yet. It is about love and loss and another form of recovery. This Is How it Ends is a duet with country star Miranda Lambert, reminiscent of Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner in their prime. Its message might be bleak, but the song is uplifting. Earle looks like an ageing Hells Angel – long straggly grey beard, waistcoat, T-shirt, jeans, tattoos. All that’s missing is the Harley.
What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Earle released his first novel and fourteenth studio album, both entitled I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive after a Hank Williams song, in the spring of 2011. The album was released on April 26, 2011 and was produced by T Bone Burnett and deals with questions of mortality with a "more country" sound than his earlier work.
Steve Earle was the second artist to record the song, doing so also in 1984, on Epic Records. Released as a single that year, Earle's rendition peaked at number 76 on the country charts. This version was not included on an album however until 2005, when Koch Records included it on a re-issue of the 1987 compilation Early Tracks. All you wanted was a one night stand The fire of the wine and the touch of a man But I fell in love and ruined all of your plans So what'll you do about me? Imagine the faces on your high class friends When I beat on the door and I beg to come in Screaming "come on, love me again" What'll you do about me?
What in the world are you plannin' to do When a man comes over just to visit with you And I'm on your porch with a 2 by 2 Lady, what'll you do about me? Well, you can call your lawyer You can call the fuzz You can sound the alarm Wake the neighbors up Ain't no way to stop a man in love So, what'll you do about me? All you wanted was a one night stand The fire, the wine, and the touch of a man But I fell in love and baby, here I am What'll you do about me? What'll you do about me? What'll you do about me? 这个歌词已经 272 次被阅读了.
What in the world are you plannin' to do When a man comes over just to visit with you And I'm on your porch with a 2 by 2 Lady, what'll you do about me? Well, you can call your lawyer, you can Call the fuzz, you can sound the alarm Wake the neighbors up, ain't no way to stop A man in love, so what'll you do about me? All you wanted was a one night stand The fire, the wine and the touch of a man But I fell in love and baby, here I am What'll you do about me? What'll you do about me? What'll you do about me? Correct these lyrics.
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Earle was in Toronto to talk up his latest album, Guy, a tribute to folk-country songwriter Guy Clark, a mentor of Earle’s who succumbed to cancer in 2016. Aaron Wynia/The Globe and Mail. The trio were chief figures in the 1970s outlaw country movement, which paved the way for what is now known as Americana music. As songwriting guides, Clark and Van Zandt had different methods, according to Earle. Townes would tell me to read Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. But Guy would ask me, ‘Why are you writing with a pen?
|A||What'll You Do About Me||2:37|
|B||Cry Myself To Sleep||2:59|
- Songwriter – Dennis Linde (tracks: A), Paul Kennerley (tracks: B)
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