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Happy Friday.  Not a ton of releases that have caught my attention this week.  There are two that I will be diving in to and they are at opposite ends of the spectrum for sure.  There are a couple more I will try out eventually, but the first two will get most of my attention.  All the releases I will be checking out are highlighted in Blue.  Take a look around and see what else you might like and let me know in the comments.  If you want to see all the new releases coming in the universe over the next several weeks (or months), CLICK HERE.

  •   James Bay – Electric Light – (Republic Records):  Finally, the super talented James Bay is back with his sophomore release.  Is the sophomore jinx in place or not, we will have to hear it first to decide.  I have heard three singles so far and the first was completely different than his last album which can be good and bad as you don’t necessarily want to alienate the fans you built off that sound.  The next two were a little more in the wheelhouse we expect.  He is a great songwriter, singer and guitar player so we will check this out.  In the meantime, have a glass of “Pink Lemonade”

James Bay - Pink Lemonade - YouTube
  •   Five Finger Death Punch – And Justice for None – (Prospect Park):  Now for the other end of the spectrum, there is Five Finger Death Punch.  The music is just that, a death punch to the face.  Every now and again, I like it hard and I like it loud and this is exactly what I need right now.  So prepare your ears to be decimated.

Five Finger Death Punch - Sham Pain (AUDIO) - YouTube

The next two I am a fan, but I am not rushing out to grab these just yet.  I need to be in the mood for these so they will happen when the time is right.

  •   Joe Bonamassa – British Blues Explosion (Live) – (J&R Adventures)
  •   Ray LaMontagne – Part of the Light – (Stone Dwarf LLC)
  •   Otis Redding – Dock of the Bay Sessions – (Rhino Entertainment)
  •   Ziggy Marley – Rebellion Rises – (Tuff Gong Worldwide)
  •   Overkill – Live in Overhausen – (Nuclear Blast)
  •   Trent Harmon – You Got ‘Em All – (Big Machine)
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One of the most recognizable songs in the Journey catalog was “Open Arms”.  It was from the ‘Escape’ album and the single was released in January of 1982.  The song did pretty damn good and went to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, but for some reason it couldn’t hit that #1 spot.  However, that is still one of the highest chart positions the band ever reached for a single if not the highest.

The song is believed by many to be one of the greatest power ballads ever written and is said to be one of the main catalyst for starting the power ballad movement in the 80’s.  The funny thing is that most members of the band other than Steve & Jonathan did not want the song on the album.  It was too sugary sweet for their tastes.  As tie has shown, those members of the band were wrong.

Or were they.  The band became known for this sound and it changed everything for the band from that point on.  They had to have power ballads on every album as they were now expected from the band.  And they did end up writing many more great ones and went on to superstar status.  It did get them huge successes and paydays, but was it worth it?  Probably so.

The song was brought to the band by Jonathan Cain as he already had the melody written when he tried to use it for his previous band, The Babys.  However, vocalist John Waite, was not real keen on the song and said it was too syrupy.  Wow, both bands originally stated the same thing…both were wrong.

The song is about a couple who have drifted apart and he is making a plea to forgive past mistakes and to start again.  In the end, they realize they still love each other and everything works out.  It really is a sappy little love song.  Especially with the piano accompaniment and Steve Perry’s emotionally driven vocals.  But…it is also so beautiful and just a perfect little ballad.  And I agree, it is one of the best ever written.

Journey - Open Arms (Live) - YouTube

The B-Side was a previously unreleased track in the U.S., “Little Girl”.

The song was from the album ‘Dream, After Dream’ from 1980 which was a soundtrack to the Japanese film Yume, Yume No Ato.  Of course the album outshined the movie as I have actually never heard of the movie.  The song is a slower paced song,  not a ballad, and Neal Schon’s guitar work is amazing throughout with a great solo.  Along with Steve’s vocals, they are the highlight of the song.

The album itself only had 3 songs that had vocals, this being one.  The rest were all instrumentals and it was a a big departure for the band.  I know I overlooked this album for a very long time.  I would say it is more old school Journey before Perry came on board.

Little Girl - YouTube

Give both songs a listen and I hope you enjoy.  Until next time…

“Open Arms”

Lying beside you
Here in the dark
Feeling your heartbeat with mine
Softly you whisper
You’re so sincere
How could our love be so blind
We sailed on together
We drifted apart
And here you are
By my side

So now I come to you
With open arms
Nothing to hide
Believe what I say
So here I am
With open arms
Hoping you’ll see
What your love means to me
Open arms

Living without you
Living alone
This empty house seems so cold
Wanting to hold you
Wanting you near
How much I wanted you home

But now that you’ve come back
Turned night into day
I need you to stay

So now I come to you
With open arms
Nothing to hide
Believe what I say
So here I am
With open arms
Hoping you’ll see
What your love means to me
Open arms

Written by Steve Perry & Jonathan Cain

 

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May is kicking in to high gear.  The temperature is heating up and so is the music.  There are only a few I am interested in this week, but there is plenty to get you moving this weekend.  My choices are highlighted in Blue.  Let me know what tickles your fancy and if I missed anything (which I know I did).  Take a look and have a great weekend!!!

  •   RSO (Richie Sambora & Orianthi) – Radio Free America – (BMG):  The first full length album from Richie Sambora & Orianthi.  Well, it isn’t really completely new as they have had 2 EPs and a couble singles which are all included. The only new songs are only “Blues Won’t Leave Me Alone” and “Hellbound Train”.  I have mixed feelings on the EPs, but let’s see how they play as a full length album.

"Masterpiece" by RSO [Richie Sambora and Orianthi] - YouTube
  •   Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino – (Domino Recording):  Arctic Monkeys are back with their first album in five years.  It has been a while, but I am eager to hear if any of the magic is back.  They haven’t disappointed me yet…or at least very little.  Here is a snippet…

Arctic Monkeys - Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino - YouTube

  •   Charlie Puth – Voicenotes – (Artist Partner Group):  I can’t believe I am going to say this, but I am actually going to listen to this one.  I go Pop occasionally and I have liked what I have heard so far.  Maybe I will dig it…maybe not!!  We will see…

Charlie Puth - "How Long" [Official Video] - YouTube

And then there are couple more I will give a spin.  The rest…maybe!

  •   Sevendust – All I See Is War – (Rise Records)
  •   Jizzy Pearl – All You Need is Soul – (Frontiers Records)
  •   Glenn Frey – Above the Clouds: The Collection – (Geffen Records)
  •   Vega – Only Human – (Frontiers Records)
  •   Praying Mantis – G.R.A.V.I.T.Y. – (Frontiers Records)
  •   Bad Wolves – Disobey – (Eleven Seven Music)
  •   Ry Cooder – The Prodigal Son – (Perro Verde Records)
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Vinyl, Vinyl, Vinyl…I keep getting more and more and I get more addicted to wanting more and more.  My wife shakes her head and just sighs at this point.  I guess I could be drinking, smoking or doing drugs, but thankfully that is not the case.  If I did those things, I would consume everything and I would just be throwing money away.  With the vinyl purchases, I at least could sell them if I ran out of money, so it is an investment…yeah, let’s go with that!!

There is a friend at work that her husband has 2 big crates of vinyl in their closet and she wants them out of the house.  So before they took them somewhere to sell them, she gave me first crack at going through them and letting me pick out the ones I want first. I gave her a fair price (more than any record store would give her, even more than they would in store credit).

The crates were very heavy and full of vinyl.  My wife said I should take them upstairs in the Loft and sit with the family while I went through them.  I declined as they were too dang heavy and I didn’t want to tackle the stairs with them.  Instead, I stayed downstairs for a couple hours and slowly went through the collection.

The collection consisted of albums from the late 50’s all the way up to the late 80’s.  Each crate was sort of themed.  The one crate was from the 50’s-70’s and it was all her husband’s parents vinyl.  It had stuff I had never heard of and a lot I had.  There was Elvis, Liberace (I passed on those), Oak Ridge Boys, Alabama, the Kingston Trio and I could go on and on.

The other crate was his collection.  It was all Pop and early 80’s Hip Hop including Run DMC, LL Cool J and a lot of 12″ Maxi Singles.  The Pop side was Madonna, U2, Eagles, Neil Diamond and a lot of other artists.  Like I said it was chock full of vinyl.  I went through and decided on 39 vinyls and a handful of 45 Singles. It was so much fun I almost couldn’t contain myself.

So what did I get?  Well, sit back and have a seat because it is a lot to get through.

Let us start with some of the earliest albums that were in the first crate.  First up is one I just had to grab due to my love for guitars (btw, I can’t play…I just love guitars).  It is the great Les Paul with Mary Ford from 1958.

The next up is from trio of old time rockers…Bill Haley & his Comets, Chubby Checker and Herman’s Hermits…

Now how about an early Beatles album (a little rough shape, but kept it anyway)…

Then we have Dean Martin and Dave Brubeck…

There are a couple I am excited about which are two Johnny Cash albums…Can never have enough Cash…

And the last two from the first crate are two Live Elvis albums. What is cool about these two are that they have the same exact album cover and yet are two totally different live shows.  Very interesting to me…

Now we are on to the 2nd crate.  This one I struggled on which ones to keep and which ones to give back.  He had a Michael Jackson Thriller album and an Eagles Greatest Hits Volume 1 that were both in such great condition, but I didn’t take those as I already had those (in great condition).  Here is what I did get…

Speaking of Eagles, there were two I didn’t have…Eagles Live and Greatest Hits Volume 2…

There were several Madonna albums including Madonna and Like a Virgin as well as a 12″ Maxi Single of Borderline…I took them all…

They had a couple of U2 albums including Joshua Tree and Live: Under the Blood Red Sky…Mint condition…

How about Bryan Adams, did he have Bryan Adams?  Why yes he did…I am so glad you asked.  He had Into the Fire and a 12″ Single of Diana, Summer of ’69 and The Bryan Adamix.

And it doesn’t stop there.  There was the Jazz Singer and Hot August Night from Neil Diamond…mint condition as well.  Apparently, these albums have been in storage for 20+ years.

That has to be enough right?  Wrong.  How about Beastie Boys Licensed to Ill?  Yep…

What about Tears for Fears, Robert Palmer and Phil Collins?  Check, Check & Check…

Dire Straits, The Kinks, The J. Geils Band and Toto…yes, yes, yes & yes yet again…

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It is time now to celebrate all that is Billy Joel.  Or mock him, either way he is getting his turn on the Tuesday’s Memes.  The collection I have gathered will hopefully make you smile, laugh or groan in agony…I don’t care which as we don’t judge here.  I hope you enjoy.

The songs…

And just because…

And there you have it.  Have a great week!!

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The Fratellis released their fifth studio album back in March, titled ‘In Your Own Sweet Time’ and it has been on repeat.  This album shows us a band who is comfortable being who they are and shows a confidence in both the band and the music.

The album is full of infectious pop melodies and a sound that is strictly their own.  The songs are fun and enjoyable enough to play over and over despite the lyrics not always being so happy-go-lucky.  They will make you want to dance or just sit back and enjoy while you are tapping your feet.  It is a total feel good album.

Jon’s falsetto is on stellar display as well as Barry & Mince’s rhythm section which is the driving force behind the songs.  The highlights for me were “Stand Up Tragedy” about rejection, “Starcrossed Losers” a modern Romeo & Juliet, “Laughing Gas” with its utter joyfulness and “Advaita Shuffle” with its use of guitar.  The most unique song on the album is “I Am That” with its more serious tone and experimental Eastern music flare.

The Fratellis - Starcrossed Losers (Official Video) - YouTube

The Fratellis - Stand up Tragedy (Official Video) - YouTube

Honestly, you can’t go wrong with this album so sit back and blissfully enjoy!

11 keepers out of 11 songs – 100% (4.75 out 5.0 stars) 


 

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Happy Friday and May the 4th Be With You!!  Yes, I went there on Star Wars Day!!  There aren’t a ton of releases but a few I am excited about.  I will highlight those in Blue as usual.  Go through and let me know what you like or what I might have missed.  I hope you enjoy and have a great weekend.

  •   Shinedown – Attention Attention – (Atlantic Recording):  The main one I want to hear is the new Shinedown album.  The song “Devil” was freaking awesome and I love the whole idea of loose concept album.  It isn’t a full on concept album, but the songs will take you on a journey of a person who is starting in a very dark, ominous place and take you all the way through to the other side where this person is done battling his mind and his issues and coming out a changed person.  Check out “Devil” and then get this album.

Shinedown - "DEVIL" (Official Video) - YouTube
  •   Mat Kearney – CRAZYTALK – (Tomorrow Music):  Mat Kearney is one of the finer singer/songwriters out there and he never gets enough credit.  He has some great pop sensibilities, but takes risk and tries new things.  I don’t like to listen to his albums ahead of time, I like to be surprised and I hope this will bring many.

Mat Kearney, Afsheen - Better Than I Used To Be - YouTube

  •   Galactic Empire – Episode II – (Rise Records):  And for Star Wars Day there is nothing better than Galactic Empire.  The Star War Heavy Metal Band brings a new batch of Space Metal Songs.  I am going to post two songs.  The first one is a track from the new album.  The second is an old track but an actual music video so you can see what you are in for and not just hear it.  Wow!!

Galactic Empire - Scherzo for X-wings - YouTube

Galactic Empire - Star Wars - The Imperial March - YouTube
  •   Parkway Drive – Reverence – (Epitaph)
  •   Lincoln Brewster – God of the Impossible – (Integrity Music)
  •   Joey Alexander – Eclipse – (Motema Music)
  •   Belly – Dove – (Belly Touring)
  •   Matt & Kim – Almost Everyday – (Fader)
  •   The Temptations – All the Time – (Universal Music)
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Welcome to the last Friday of April and the new music releases.  There isn’t a ton, but there should be something for everyone.  My choices are highlighted in Blue.  Take a look through and let me know what you are interested in or what I might have missed.  Have a great weekend!!

  •   Sanctus Real – Changed – (Framework Records):  Sanctus Real are one of the few Christian bands I still follow.  They are consistently great and there are always some gems on each album. They are more pop than rock, but just as good as anything on the radio.  Now, here is the twist.  The lead singer of the band, Matt Hammitt, has left the band and so they have a new singer.  I am going to try this one out, but not sure how much I will dig it as it was Matt’s vocals that always drew me in.  He was also the principal songwriter.  We will see, but hopes aren’t high.

SANCTUS REAL | CONFIDENCE - Official Music Video - YouTube
  •   Anthrax – Kings Among Scotland – (Megaforce Records):  A Live DVD and CD that was recorded last year.  It is Anthrax, of course it is going to get a spin or two.  Plus, the album is a shout out to Kiss’ Rock & Roll Over cover!  Not much else to say on this.

ANTHRAX - Caught In A Mosh (OFFICIAL LIVE CLIP) - YouTube

The next two will get a listen, but not sure how fast I will get to them.

  •   Godsmack – When Legends Rise – (BMG)
  •   Riot V – Armor of Light – (Nuclear Blast)
  •   Hawthorne Heights – Bad Frequencies – (Pure Noise Records)
  •   Keith Urban – Graffiti U – (Hit Red Records/Capitol)
  •   Foreigner – With the 21st Century Symphony Orchestra & Chorus – (Trigger Productions)
  •   Van Morrison & Joey DeFrancesco – You’re Driving Me Crazy – (Exile Productions)
  •   We Are Scientists – Megaplex – (100% Records)
  •   Willie Nelson – Last Man Standing – (Sony Music)
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I don’t get to attend many concerts each year and when I do it is usually me taking my daughter to a show.  This case was no different with the exception that I am fan of the band as well. The band is Thirdstory who are out of New York City and featuring Elliott Skinner, Ben Lusher and Richard Saunders.  Their music is a mixture of Pop and R&B with some unbelievable harmonizing.  That is definitely the highlight of the band.

The night started out early as the show didn’t start until 8pm, but we had to arrive at 5:30pm.  Why?  Well, I am trying to win a Father of the Year award and I surprised my daughter with Meet & Greet passes for the show.  She had been hinting all along how cheap it was and I didn’t even have to get a pass since she was underage.  I could be her chaperone.  Little did she know how convincing of an argument she made.

We got there a little early and she ended up being 2nd in line to meet the band.  She was so nervous and it all started it out well enough.  She walked up all smiles and started talking, saying hello to the band and then suddenly she got a little quiet. So, in good old dad fashion, I jumped right in to keep the conversation going.  I mentioned she saw the band once before when they opened for Tori Kelly almost two years to the day at the Fillmore in Charlotte.

The band has a song “G Train” (which I will talk about later), but I brought up the fact we were in New York a couple weeks earlier.  I told them we were unable to catch the G Train while we were there.  Funny enough, they laughed and said they would be worried if we did as it isn’t the safest train in New York.  Now, I am glad we didn’t catch it.

The guys were extremely nice and poor Ben had caught a cold and was drinking some hot tea to help is throat.  During the show, you couldn’t even tell he was sick as he sounded great.  They took a picture with my daughter and she also received a Hat, an Autographed poster and a disposable camera (the band already took a picture with it).

After she got to spend several minutes with the band, we were free to hang around and pick a spot for the show as it was general admission.  It was only 6:15 now and the doors wouldn’t open until 7:00.  It felt like we had the place all to ourselves as there were only about 12-15 people in there at the time.

The Visulite Theatre is really a cool, intimate venue.  We picked a spot just off the floor, around 25 feet from the stage and at stage level.  They were incredible seats.  My daughter wanted the front row on the floor (which we could get), but I brought up she would be standing the whole time as there were no seats there and she would be looking up at the band the whole time.  And the sound wouldn’t be as great.  And I was old and didn’t want to stand forever.  She caved and she was happy we did as we had the perfect spot.

While waiting for the show, the opening act, Grace Weber, came out and did a quick sound check.  She played around a little and did one song and that was that, but it was cool watching a little at what goes on during a sound check.

The show started promptly at 8:00 and Grace came out and nailed it.  She has a great voice (despite a lot of reverb).  She sang for about 30 minutes and her style was modern R&B with some Pop sensibilities and she was sensational.  The crowd loved her and when she would play around with her vocals, the crowd would scream.  It was just her and her keyboard player Brandon.  Brandon was hilarious to watch as he was so casually playing like he was the cool shit.  And he was!!

We only had to wait 15 minutes after Grace’s set as Thirdstory came on at 8:45 to a screaming, adoring fanbase.  The jumped right in to “Hit the Ceiling” and you knew right away the band’s vocals were solid and damn these guys can sing.  After that, they went into “Grow Old” which sounds so cool live.  There is a slow build to the song and then towards the end there is the climax with the vocal harmony and music that send chills up and down your spine and the hairs on your arm stand up.  And yes, they did that for me.  It was one of those songs that is great on the album, but even better live!

The album they are supporting is actually their first and only album called ‘Cold Heart’.  The fact they were the headliner meant we actually got to hear the entire album.  All ten songs plus some covers.  How many times does that ever happen with a band.  Of course, they switched the running order up and threw in some different songs and changed up the songs from the album on occasion.

The 3 cover songs they played were “Hot Line Bling” by Drake and “Gone” by Adrianne Lenker and for the encore it was “Many Rivers to Cross” by Jimmy Cliff.  They were all great, but the “Hot Line Bling” was the one that mad the crowd go nuts.

One of the funny moments is when Richard was talking in between songs and mentioned that the band was having a hard time deciding which song of theirs was the saddest song as they were all so depressing.  They then went and played “Goodbye My Friend”. It is really a true statement as the songs aren’t happy-go-lucky songs.  They are really sad stories about heartache and heartbreak, but the way they do them brings them to life in a way that makes you connect and enjoy them regardless.

They played “G Train”, of course, and it was great, but honestly, it wasn’t as good as the time they played it on tour with Tori Kelly.  That version sounded like a train and the vocals and music were in sync and so powerful. This time it was louder and more pop and not as dramatic an impact.  That would have been my only disappointment in the show.  Otherwise, the show was WOW!

Elliott would switch back and forth between bass and guitar and at the end of a couple songs, he would lose himself and just be strumming along and the guys would stop and watch him.  Between his vocals and musical talent, he is my favorite of the band if I had to choose (no offense meant to the others).  He is fun to watch as he gets so into what he is doing which is refreshing.

Ben got his moment as well.  During the encore (I believe), he was fooling around on the keyboards and every time he would let his fingers fly on the keys, the crowd would shout out and scream so freakin’ loud.  It was hilarious at the impact he was having.  Now of course, I was too busy screaming to take a picture, but here he is singing (the picture is a little washed out sorry for that).

And you can’t forget about Richard.  What is there to say about Richard other than he is such a great vocal talent.  His range is great and the emotion he garners in his vocals is outstanding.  He is an a joy to listen to and you get lost in his vocals.  Amazing.

The ended their set with “Searching for a Feeling” and their harmonies were again spot on.  This is one of my favorite songs of theirs so it was great to end the set with this one.  It had the crowd wanting more and we got that when they returned for the encore.  The final song of the show was “Still in Love” and is the current single off their new album.  The crowd was singing along and I think everyone was so happy and joyful that when the show ended, the crowd didn’t go flooding out. It was the slowest exit of a concert I have ever seen.  What was even funnier, is a Kendrick Lamar song came over the speakers after the show and everyone just started singing.  It was…interesting.

Now, on the way out, Grace Weber was in the back taking pictures with people as they left.  My daughter ran up to her and gave her a big hug and Grace said to her “Wow, I love your hair” (or something of that nature).  It made my daughter feel good. She got a picture with her as well.  I won’t post the pictures of her with the bands but those are her memories and special moments and not for me to share.

All in all, I would say it was a successful evening and my Father of the Year award is in the bag!!  My daughter had a great time and I had another great memory with her.

Setlist:

  1. Hit the Ceiling
  2. Grow Old
  3. Over (When We Said Goodbye)
  4. Goodbye My Friend
  5. Hot Line Bling (Drake)
  6. Gone (Adrianne Lenker)
  7. On and On
  8. G Train
  9. Only Love
  10. I’m Coming ‘Round
  11. Searching For A Feeling
  12. Many Rivers to Cross (Jimmy Cliff) – Encore
  13. Still in Love – Encore
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My Sunday Song #88 is going to get downright sexy.  The song of choice this week is “Lips on You” by Maroon 5.  The song is off their most recent album ‘Red Pill Blues’ which was released back on November 3, 2017.

The song was co-written by Adam Levine with a slew of people including Kasher Hindlin, Jason Evigan and two people that are all over the charts right now, Julia Michaels and Charlie Puth.  With that many people involved, I would hope a good song would come out of that collaboration and let me tell you…it sure as hell did!!

This is probably my favorite song on the album.  The deep bass, the slower groove and the lyrics are all so damn hot.  When you throw in Adam’s voice, you have pure magic.  This is one song that should be played when you want to get busy and it will make your partner swoon and turn them in to jelly.  The lyrics will guid you through what you should do.  If this doesn’t do it, let me know and we will file a complaint with Maroon 5 and Charlie Puth.

Nowadays you don’t make mixtapes for anyone, you do a playlist and I actually did one for the wife that were songs that made me think of her and yes, this one was included.  That is all you need to know!!!

 

 

Give it a listen and let me know what you think!!  Enjoy and Happy Sunday!

Lips On You - YouTube

“Lips On You”

Keep me connected, to you
Like I was your shadow
You’re givin’ me answers
To all of my questions
Here on my pillow, oh
Can’t nothing get in between us, baby
We’ve been waiting on this moment for so long
You wanna be reckless, restless
Right until tomorrow
Wait

When I put my lips on you
I feel the shivers go up and down
Your spine for me
Make you cry for me
When I put my lips on you
I hear your voice echoing all through the night for me
Baby cry for me
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)

Just turn off the lights
And you could be my private dancer
When we close the curtains
You and me can forget all the manners
The neighbors must think we’re crazy, baby
Cause look how easily we keep coming undone
You wanna be reckless, restless
Right until tomorrow
Wait

When I put my lips on you
I feel the shivers go up and down
Your spine for me
Make you cry for me
When I put my lips on you
I hear your voice echoing all through the night for me
Baby cry for me
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)

When I put my lips on you
I feel the shivers go up and down
Your spine for me
Make you cry for me
When I put my lips on you
I hear your voice echoing all through the night for me
Baby cry for me
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)
When I put my lips on you (when I, when I, when I)

Written by Adam Levine, Kasher Hindlin, Jason Evigan, Julia Michaels and Charlie Puth

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