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"Love to You" by Doug Gallob
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Love to You - Doug Gallob

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Usage Info (Theme/Mood/Genre):
Genre Description Themes, Moods, Comments Additional Info
Blues A song about having a rough day and not taking it out on the one you love. bluesy, Sam Spade film noir mood with trombone instead of sax, hard day, hard knocks, traffic jams, resisting dark urges, love, treating the one you love right
2001 Doug Gallob
Copyright Registration #: SR 321-688
ASCAP Title Code: 420777495
Albums: CD1002
Lyrics:
2001 Doug Gallob

As I walk down this cold hard street
Under the smoky city light
I think that sometimes a guy just needs a
warm body to spend the night
But that's not what I want to do
I just want to give all of my love to you


This ol' world can knock a guy down pretty low
Everybody's got to take a poke
When the blues hit hard and stick fast
A man could use a woman for an ego stroke
But that's not what I want to do
I just want to give all of my love to you


As I stew in this damn traffic jam
About my employer, Attilla (who'd starve on my pay)
I think about gettin' home to a clean ear
To complain at after a long hard day
But that's not what I want to do
I just want to give all of my love to you


(instrumental)


My love is plutonium in my heart
Critical mass is causin' overload
You give me everything that I could want or need
Let me give you the power from my love before my heart explodes
That is what I want to do
I just want to give all of my love to you.
Instrumentation and Credits:
bass, vocals, trombone, pretend drums, pretend flute: Doug Gallob
What Was He Thinking??!!??

I've always loved the blues. This one is just about some guy trying to fight his urge to be a taker, not a giver, at the end of a long hard day.



-- Doug Gallob