audio review : Acoustic Levitation ( album ) … Devin The Dude

audio review : Acoustic Levitation ( album ) ... Devin The Dude

It’s not just about smoking weed and Gettin High. Floating up to the clouds is what Devin The Dude’s music is essentially about, of course, but the first song on this set; appropriately titled Acoustic Levitation given what sounds like acoustic guitars being played throughout; suggests a romantic underlying. Actually it’s more sexual; The Dude loves getting pussy; but Can I conceptually and musically sets the tone. It’s also the best song with the best chorus, though some of the other 1970s-soul-styled beats are just as smooth and funky.

my rating = 3 of 5

2017

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the song lyrics to Johnny Come Home by Fine Young Cannibals

the song lyrics to Johnny Come Home by Fine Young Cannibals

Nobody knows the trouble you feel.
Nobody cares. The feeling is real.

Johnny, we’re sorry. Won’t you come on home.
We’re worried. Won’t you come on.
What is wrong in my life that I must get drunk every night?

Johnny, we’re sorry.

Use the phone. Call your mom.
She’s missing you badly, missing her son.
Who do you know? Where will you stay?
Big city life is not what they say.

Johnny, we’re sorry. Won’t you come on home.
We’re worried. Won’t you come on.
What is wrong in my life that I must get drunk every night?

Johnny, we’re sorry.

You’d better go. Everything’s closed.
Can’t find a room. Money’s all blown.
Nowhere to sleep. Out in the cold.
Nothing to eat. Nowhere to go.

Johnny, we’re sorry. Won’t you come on home.
We’re worried. Won’t you come on.
What is wrong in my life that I must get drunk every night?

Johnny, we’re sorry. Won’t you come on home.
We’re worried. Won’t you come on home.
Johnny, won’t you come on home.
We’re worried. Won’t you come on home.

1985

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