Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics

Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics

Miranda Sep 15, 2010 10 There are very few albums that I can listen to from beginning to end and enjoy every song. Little Voice was one such album, so I had highThere are very few albums that I can listen to from beginning to end and enjoy every song. Little Voice was one such album, so I had high hopes for Kaleidoscope Heart. Sara did not disappoint! The album begins with a one minute acapella snippet that serves as a tribute to the album’s namesake. It’s haunting and beautiful and perfectly shows Sara’s gift for intricate yet subtle harmony. There is a smooth transition into the next song, “Uncharted,” which I’m calling right now to be her second hit single from this album. “Gonna Get Over You” has a 50’s doo wop feel mixed with an upbeat, bouncey beat. “Hold My Heart” begins with a strong piano and blossoms into a powerful ballad fueled by very raw, honest lyrics. “King of Anything” is a throwback to “Love Song” in that it’s driven by lyrics that give a big middle finger to drone music execs trying to force Sara into a typical pop mold. As with “Love Song” she succeeds in getting her point across to her label through lyrics that double as ones that can still be easily identified with by scored lovers all while maintaining a catchy hook and feel good music. Very impressive. “Basket Case” has a slight Alanis Morisette feel to it with a background harmonica, simple, straight forward singing, and self exposing lyrics. “Not Alone” has a bluesy, breezy vibe that makes it hard to sit still. Sara sings it with cool confidence, which is understated just enough to keep it from being cocky. The album ends with “Bluebird,” a gorgeous, tearjerker that is filled with emotion and beautiful vocals. Overall, Sara once again produces an honest, moving album that seems to effortlessly put the other stereotypical poppy girls who get the majority of airplay in their proper place. Kudos!… Expand 1 of 1 users found this helpful
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Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics

Miranda Sep 15, 2010 10 There are very few albums that I can listen to from beginning to end and enjoy every song. Little Voice was one such album, so I had highThere are very few albums that I can listen to from beginning to end and enjoy every song. Little Voice was one such album, so I had high hopes for Kaleidoscope Heart. Sara did not disappoint! The album begins with a one minute acapella snippet that serves as a tribute to the album’s namesake. It’s haunting and beautiful and perfectly shows Sara’s gift for intricate yet subtle harmony. There is a smooth transition into the next song, “Uncharted,” which I’m calling right now to be her second hit single from this album. “Gonna Get Over You” has a 50’s doo wop feel mixed with an upbeat, bouncey beat. “Hold My Heart” begins with a strong piano and blossoms into a powerful ballad fueled by very raw, honest lyrics. “King of Anything” is a throwback to “Love Song” in that it’s driven by lyrics that give a big middle finger to drone music execs trying to force Sara into a typical pop mold. As with “Love Song” she succeeds in getting her point across to her label through lyrics that double as ones that can still be easily identified with by scored lovers all while maintaining a catchy hook and feel good music. Very impressive. “Basket Case” has a slight Alanis Morisette feel to it with a background harmonica, simple, straight forward singing, and self exposing lyrics. “Not Alone” has a bluesy, breezy vibe that makes it hard to sit still. Sara sings it with cool confidence, which is understated just enough to keep it from being cocky. The album ends with “Bluebird,” a gorgeous, tearjerker that is filled with emotion and beautiful vocals. Overall, Sara once again produces an honest, moving album that seems to effortlessly put the other stereotypical poppy girls who get the majority of airplay in their proper place. Kudos!… Expand
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Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics

There are very few albums that I can listen to from beginning to end and enjoy every song. Little Voice was one such album, so I had highThere are very few albums that I can listen to from beginning to end and enjoy every song. Little Voice was one such album, so I had high hopes for Kaleidoscope Heart. Sara did not disappoint! The album begins with a one minute acapella snippet that serves as a tribute to the album’s namesake. It’s haunting and beautiful and perfectly shows Sara’s gift for intricate yet subtle harmony. There is a smooth transition into the next song, “Uncharted,” which I’m calling right now to be her second hit single from this album. “Gonna Get Over You” has a 50’s doo wop feel mixed with an upbeat, bouncey beat. “Hold My Heart” begins with a strong piano and blossoms into a powerful ballad fueled by very raw, honest lyrics. “King of Anything” is a throwback to “Love Song” in that it’s driven by lyrics that give a big middle finger to drone music execs trying to force Sara into a typical pop mold. As with “Love Song” she succeeds in getting her point across to her label through lyrics that double as ones that can still be easily identified with by scored lovers all while maintaining a catchy hook and feel good music. Very impressive. “Basket Case” has a slight Alanis Morisette feel to it with a background harmonica, simple, straight forward singing, and self exposing lyrics. “Not Alone” has a bluesy, breezy vibe that makes it hard to sit still. Sara sings it with cool confidence, which is understated just enough to keep it from being cocky. The album ends with “Bluebird,” a gorgeous, tearjerker that is filled with emotion and beautiful vocals. Overall, Sara once again produces an honest, moving album that seems to effortlessly put the other stereotypical poppy girls who get the majority of airplay in their proper place. Kudos!… Expand
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Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics

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Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics

3. “When I was drinking, when I was with you, living it up when the rent was due, with nothing and no one to live up to.” — Hem from “When I Was Drinking”
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Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics

The old man started singing / As he closed his eyes, / “If there’s plenty for three / There’s plenty for five. / So gather ‘round my table  / And I’ll share what I have, / Both the food for your bellies, / And my words for your heads.” // “It’s a crazy cruel world  / Yet so full of beauty / So wrapped all in mysteries  / So horribly lost.  / But the love that you give here / Can drive away darkness,  / Give hope to the hopeless,  / And keep a hungry man fed.” // He looked to his wife,  / And he began laughing, / “If there’s food here for five / There’s food here for seven. / Pop open a bottle / And stoke up the fire. / Then lend me your ears,  / I’ll just be a while. / Lend me your ears, / I’ll just be a while.” // “It’s a crazy cruel world  / Yet so full of beauty / So wrapped all in mysteries  / So horribly lost. / But the love that you give here / Can drive away darkness,  / Give hope to the hopeless, / And keep a hungry man fed.” // His hand came to rest / Atop the old mandolin. / He said, “If we can feed seven, / We can feed ten.” / And the flames from the fire / Danced in his eyes. / And he laid down his head / In the lap of his wife.  / He laid down his head,  / And that’s where he died. // It’s a crazy cruel world  / Yet so full of beauty / So wrapped all in mysteries  / So horribly lost. / But the love that you give here / Can drive away darkness,  / Give hope to the hopeless, / And keep a hungry man fed. / Give hope to the hopeless,  / And keep a hungry man fed. 
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Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics

It’s Halloween and I’m dressed as Willie Nelson.  / I started off my day like Willie would. / Now my mind is free and rolling / As the autumn leaves here blowing / And the sun is shining bright as any Halloween I’ve yet survived. / But cousin Mo’s got stripes around his shoulders, / And Delia’s gone but she ain’t dead yet. / And there’s things I’d like to say, probably best be left unspoken / And there’s thing I’d like to do, surely be best undone. // I’m no country music outlaw / It seems that both terms get abused / I’m just another shaggy singer of songs / I keep the highway under my boots / The way these country outlaws do. // It was a straight and lonely road through Arizona / When an album by Merle Haggard got me stoned. / From a truck-stop and a rabbit, to the city of Seatlle, / Merle and I, like two drunk poets, stumbled down the road. / And the good times were anything but over.  / My momma raised a rambling man. / And though I ain’t yet spent a single hour in a jail cell / That has more to do with Momma’s prayers than anything that I deserve.  // I’m no country music outlaw / It seems that both terms get abused / I’m just another shaggy singer of songs / I keep the highway under my boots / The way these country outlaws do. // There is a German town with a Guinness pub I played in,  And an angry barman pouring pints. / And through his broken English / “Townes van Zandt” was clearly spoken / And I played Poncho and Lefty for him three times a night. / Down at the former butcher’s shop, Malacarne / A violent man was looking for a fight / And though he was likely thinking it’d be my ass he’d be kicking / We sang David Alan Coe songs and I kept him on my side. // I’m no country music outlaw / It seems that both terms get abused / I’m just another shaggy singer of songs / I keep the highway under my boots / The way these country outlaws do. // I’m no country music outlaw / It seems that both terms get abused / I’m just another shaggy singer of songs / I keep the highway under my boots / The way these country outlaws do. 

Keep Drinking Coffee Stare Me Down Across The Table Lyrics