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Take Her

You may find I'm not your type
but does it really matter?
we may play or we may fight
but still we're not together
I just stopped by Friday night
to maybe hear your laughter
so hold me, touch me, squeeze me tight
enjoy the time we have

together we will enjoy whatever we may want to do
with the lights out we cry out with no doubt
and hold out our hands in the blue
and the things that we share will make us
still aware of the way I see you

Some say we are in the wrong
they say we'll burn in hell
But I say listen to my song
they lean back and say "well...
I guess it won't be very long
till you two see the danger."
Throw it out and hear my song,
and make love to a stranger

In a motel, in a bedroom
It don't make one difference
How you do the dirty deed
Rock her all night long again
Say "there's more than this"
Take her all the way again




song info

Track: 16
Length: 3:11

album info

Life on Rye by Elijah Taylor

Released: Friday, August 9, 2002
Producers: Elijah Taylor & Michael McNamara
Tracks: 19
Buy: Out of print

Liner Notes

Thank you: My friends and family. Without you I could not keep going. In no particular order: Mom, Don, Rachel, Jim, Elliot, Penny, Sherry, Meredith, Smokey, Melisa, Carol, Jenna, Cat, Mon, Heather, Amy, Stephanie, and Denny, Chuk, Jack, and Mojo (Bodega).  May those I may have forgotten please forgive me.

This is my third self-produced project, and I appreciate the support of everyone who has taken the time to take a second look at something that may not be traditional entertainment.

Recorded at 2312 N. Blvd (My apartment) between September, 2001, and July, 2002. I use Rhode and Shure mics, De Armond electric, Yamaha, and Alvarez acoustic guitars, Ovation bass, Yamaha keyboard, Behringer mixing console, Line6 POD direct boxes for guitar and bass, Cry Baby wah pedal.

Photography by Melisa Dettloff. I wrote, produced, performed, recorded, edited, mixed, and mastered all of these songs, created the cover/package artwork, and additional photography.

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