Lose U Baby

from Get Up by drunkdude69

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Based on a true story, this song is full of snarky lyrics over the funktacular drumming of Jim Evans and the gnarly, James-Brown-inspired DD69 rhythm section.

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I'm wonderin' what you're doin'
I'm askin' what's the deal
You show up after blowin' me off for weeks
I can't believe you're for real

You break up with me one day
The next you wanna ball
I think you might be crazy, baby
Maybe it ain't worth it at all

(hit me!)
I don't wanna be the one stuck in the middle
I don't need to be the one to sort it out
I ain't gonna be the one who gives a little
That ain't what it's about

I got to lose you baby
I got to lose you baby
I got to lose you baby baby
Come on, you got to go

You used to have a temp job (but)
You couldn't hold it down
You call me up to borrow just one more month's rent
You're jerkin' me around

You like to say that you're an actress
That someday you'll be a star
You're actin like you're twenty, honey
It's your best performance by far

credits

from Get Up, released June 9, 2012
Music: Mike Adams, Ken Barber, Scott Martin
Lyrics: Scott Martin
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Drums: Jim Evans
Bass: Mike Adams
Guitars: Ken Barber
Guitars, Keys, Mojo Horns, Vocals: Scott Martin

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drunkdude69 Cleveland, Ohio

DD69 music has been described as “a rip through a well-stocked jukebox, with smooth funk that would have been at home on a turntable three decades ago mixing with a contemporary guitar-heavy party vibe that could have been recorded two weeks ago.”

The music has drawn comparisons to classic artists like Stevie Wonder and Frank Zappa, as well as contemporary bands like Sublime and 311.
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