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Groundhog Day Indeed!

Punxsutawney Phil may have given the likelihood of an early Spring his personal seal of approval this morning, but we had an entirely different Groundhog Day when we saddled up for our East Tennessee run a few weeks back. Identical to a pair of dates we had to cancel due to an ice storm two years ago (same towns, same venues) , we rolled out knowing we might be headed into the muck, and sure as sh#t(if you'll pardon my French), we hit it….well, the start of it at least. Opting to err on the side of caution, we canceled our rooms at the prestigious Econolodge of Morristown, TN, and headed back after our Thursday night Knoxville engagement, through sheets of just-the-right-side-of-freezing rain, to narrowly outrun the blizzard that had most of Nashville snowed-in by later that afternoon. Thankfully, the fine folks at O'Mainnin's in Bristol were understanding; probably because they didn't really want us camping out in their bar for 2-3 days and maybe going all Donner Party on their staff, so we've rescheduled for June, when I'm fairly confident ice and snow will be out of the forecast. Sorry, Bristol…we'll try to make it up to you then.

That little adventure aside, all of our other January gigs came off without a hitch, for the most part. A dead vehicle battery in Paducah, a drunken street skirmish around our trailer requiring multiple police cruisers on the scene(we were mere spectators, not participants) at one stop, and the navigation of that occasional odd, un-doable request were about the worst of it, and all pretty much par for the course anyway.

We DID play a cool joint in Newnan, GA called The Alamo, that was situated in a part of town used by The Walking Dead and Zombieland as a filming location. Turns out our sound guy Eric had actually worked on TWD, so I might've geeked out just a little over some behind the scenes stuff, while Patrick took a quick hike around the square to see what he might recognize. It's the little things, folks.

So, I think that about covers it for now….we've got one last gig for February on Friday, a full-band acoustic performance at our regular Madisonville, KY haunt The Crowded House, before Patrick embarks on some sort of cruise with his wife, Kenny & I take our ladies to Las Vegas for a few days, and Matt moonlights with his other band Once Free at 12th & Porter. When we reconvene, we'll get down to the business of working up band versions of some of the new material that's been getting the demo treatment here at Pastry Park Audio Confectionery, and maybe resurrecting a few older tunes we've had on the bench the past few months…things like The Next Three Minutes, Dyin' To, and some of that stuff from The Die Youngs record that we'd previously threatened to incorporate into our live show. Now that we've settled in some with this revamped lineup, I think it's finally time to see how those stack up in the live setting.

We'll see you when we see you, Denny The Great Affairs

UPCOMING DATES:

SATURDAY, MARCH 12TH FAT MOE'S PADUCAH, KY 9PM SATURDAY, MARCH 19TH TWISTED SPOKE PEKIN, IL NOON FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH THE CROWDED HOUSE MADISONVILLE, KY 8PM SATURDAY, APRIL 16TH PRESERVATION PUB KNOXVILLE, TN 10PM SATURDAY, APRIL 23RD THE HUMMINGBIRD MACON, GA 10PM FRIDAY, APRIL 29TH THE SPILLWAY BOWLING GREEN, KY 9PM SATURDAY, APRIL 30TH MVP CINCINNATI, OH 9PM

…….more TBA, so keep an eye out for additional show dates to pop up throughout March and April. We've got a handful of pending May dates as well that will be announced as soon as the contracts are finalized, and they'll be taking us into some new territories a little further to the East, like the Carolinas.

2016 update #1

Did everyone make it through the annual festivities in one piece?

Yeah?

Good. Let's proceed.

It's January 1st, 2016 as I type this, but dawn #1 of this new year isn't hitting me quite as hard as prior inaugural installments have in their early hours, so maybe I'm learning a thing or two about the oft-discussed, previously-deemed mythological method of enjoying one's vices in "moderation"….or did I just run out of beer before I could do my health any real disservice as the ball dropped in Times Square? OR, did Jenny McCarthy's facial contortions sober me up?

I don't know, but this coffee is warm and I ate Sushi for breakfast, so i'm already liking where this next 365 is headed.

Speaking of where things are headed, The Great Affairs will be hitting the road off & on throughout January, headed North, East, and South. Here are the particulars.

Saturday, January 16th Fat Moe's Paducah, KY Thursday, January 21st Preservation Pub Knoxville, TN Friday, January 22nd O'Mainnin's Pub Bristol, TN Friday, January 29th The Loft Columbus, GA Saturday, January 30th The Alamo Newnan, GA

Before we get into the business of logging those miles though, it's time to start cutting a few demos here at the Pastry Park Audio Confectionery, as we begin the long, debate-riddled process of sorting out just which tunes might make up the running order of our next LP. Initially, I'd had it in my mind that we would take a bit of a detour from the layered, more "produced" sound we went for with 'Dream In Stereo', instead shooting to take the kind of left turn KISS did post-'Destroyer', when they handed in the considerably less slick 'Rock n' Roll Over'. Like that offering, I had imagined us crafting a more straightforward, guitar-heavy outing this time around….but something got in the way….the new songs.

Granted, it's early in the making, and there are plenty of numbers yet to be written, but this first batch of a dozen or so that have come together in the last couple of months certainly doesn't fit the bill previously envisioned. Kenny brought one in that seems like it could fill those shoes, but honestly nothing I've conjured up seems likely to pass muster if we're aiming for a riff-fest. In fact, this might be the oddest batch of material I've spit out in a long, long time. I'm scratching my OWN head at some of it.

So, as much as I'd hoped to avoid doing them this time around, it looks like I'll be hunkering down here at home for a few weeks, and tracking proper demos of this stuff, so that I might be able to see past the weird, and hopefully bond some of them together enough that it makes sense to my ears. If that doesn't work, I'll save the oddballs for that damn "solo record" I've been threatening to do all these years, and go back to the drawing board until I come up with a few other things that might sit more comfortably alongside the contributions Patrick & Kenny have brewing.

It's a damn mess, I tell ya….but I'll get it sorted out.

I'm probably gonna need more coffee.

-Denny -

September/October:The Reboot

Well, the deck has been shuffled, and a new hand has been dealt. Henry played his final shows like the true boss that he is, and Matt stepped back into those shoes like he'd always been there. Truthfully, we couldn't have asked for a smoother transition, and both guys handled the passing of the baton like total pros.

With Louisville, Cincinnati, and Clarksville now behind us, we move on to overhauling the set with a revamped lineup. As much as I hate having to more or less start over, this has been a good opportunity to rethink our approach, possibly resurrecting a handful of tunes from Matt's earlier tenure with the band, as well as swapping out a few of the covers we've been doing in favor of new ones. Hell, Patrick Miller is even taking a turn at the mic, handling lead vocals on a classic Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac tune. Clearly, anything goes at this point.

New material is slowly starting to flow too, and I've been demoing a few ideas here and there, along with collecting the skeletons of others as voice memos on my phone. It shouldn't be long before we have the makings of some sort of release...or at least enough tunes worthy of heading into the studio and committing something to tape for future use. We're coming up on the one year anniversary of the "Dream In Stereo" LP's birth, so I suppose it's about time we start looking at the next chapter. More on that as things develop.

The first order of business is getting out and playing some shows to break in the new guy. We start that this weekend(9/26) at Hub Fest in Marion, IL, followed buy a quick 3-song set at The High Watt here in Nashville on Monday(9/28) for the 8 Off 8th series. Both shows are free, so if you're in vicinity of either gig, don't let a lack of funds prohibit your attendance.

In October, we've got just a couple of shows on the books, but we'll likely add one or two more between now and then. As it stands, we have just Saturday, October 10th at The Crowded House in Madisonville, KY(a full-band acoustic show), and Rock N' Skull Fest at The Leeway in Pekin, IL on Saturday October 17th w/Firehouse, Trixter, Loudness, TUFF, and more. Watch the calendar at TheGreatAffairs.com for updates.

In November, it looks like we'll have Bowling Green(TBA) and Paducah, KY to contend with, as well as a return to John Brown's On The Square in Marion, IL for a post-Thanksgiving hoedown. Again, with the new booking agency, we'll probably be picking up a few more dates as we go, so please keep an eye out for something in your area, because we fully intend to expand our previous radius to include a lot of territory previously off-limits to us due to our former logistics. Speaking of which, shows are on the books, pending, or under investigation for GA, MO, AK, IN, and WV. We might even roll up on Texas in 2016 if the new guy at NahPro Entertainment swings a big enough stick.

See you soon,

Denny

August 2015 news.

Well, folks, yet again I've been lax in my duties as designated updater of this here info conduit, and I hereby apologize for my negligence. That said, it HAS in fact been a busy month behind the scenes, so I have quite a bit to talk about here.

First, let me mention that Joshua Ketchmark & I sat down with Tommy Edwards, (who operates under the uber-clever pseudonym Thomas to protect his identity and privacy) to listen through; front to back, his new record, which I co-produced(well, I said things like "more reverb" and "turn that low harmony down") with Mr. Ketchmark. This LP consists of 5 completely remixed and, in some cases, re-tracked and rearranged tunes from his "Dirty On The Stereo" EP alongside 6 new songs. Alternate versions of a couple of these appeared on The Die Youngs release last year, and the rest are either things I co-wrote with Tommy or Joshua for the project or leftover numbers that didn't seem fit for The Great Affairs' repertoire. In other words, they had too many bells & whistles in them for us to pull off live, and Thomas(the band) has 6 men on deck to cover those bases, so the qualified team gets the job of recreating them now. I DID get to play a whole bunch of guitar and keys on the stuff, even bass on one track, and barely had to sing but a few notes, so that was a nice change of pace, and a much-needed stretch of my chops, reminding me that maybe I might wanna spend a little more time with a guitar in my hand instead of a paint brush.

The same day we all signed off on that record and cleared it for mastering(pending the label's approval, of course…fingers crossed), I boarded a time machine to play a sold-out(??….sure looked like it) show with The Beauty School Dropouts at Marathon Music Works, supporting Framing Hanley's final performance. Bittersweet as it may have been for those guys, it was more of trip for me personally to see so many folks out and about that I hadn't laid eyes on in what amounts to forever(or the average lifespan of one or two bands, at least) in this business. Sadly, it made me a little misty for the Nashville "rock scene" of yore, a community long since rendered extinct by a combination of advanced aging, general malaise, evolution, child-rearing responsibilities, and a dearth of quality excuses to work around any or all of these things(among others) to get out and discover something musical with a "sell by" date later than 2009. It lives and breathes, folks, and you can too….just 'sayin'. Shake it while shakin' it is still a voluntary action. We can all watch TV at the rest home down the road a piece, and I'll pretend not to notice that you have your underpants on over your slacks. Deal?

Alrighty then, here's the big scoop…we signed with a new booking agency, and by "new" I mean A booking agency, one that isn't essentially Kenny or I masquerading as our own agent. Nope, this is a legit entity, independent of the band, that will be handling the majority of our engagements henceforth, effective immediately. We'll still be handling our regular stops, but the guys at NAHPRO Entertainment have been charged with expanding our travel radius and getting us out on the regular to see the country and sing for our supper. This has brought about a few other significant changes that we'll talk about later, once the proverbial dust has settled and that famous ink is dry.

For now, anyone wondering why we've been relatively inactive, and absent on the local front, there are answers to that question in every one of the preceding paragraphs. We're sorry. If you've missed us, rest assured we've missed you too. If you haven't, well, you're probably the kind of person who takes phone calls in a movie theater anyway, so feel free to eat from the mystery bag.

Cheers, Denny

800 Miles & change...road-testing The Great Affairs

20-some odd songs to choose from for next weekend's 3-day run...2 40-minute shows Thursday & Friday, and one 80-minute set Saturday(that may end up going longer since our co-headliners might be short a guitarist)....this is what we're looking at. I'm not gonna lie, we'll be flying by the seat of our pants on a few of these, but we're determined to make such haphazardness look damn good, so rest easy in the knowledge that any mistakes will be made with flair.

Once this inaugural shake-out of the new lineup is complete(you never know how well folks are gonna work together 'til you cram 'em in a van for a few days and see if they can play nice in close quarters), we should have enough footage to complete the "How Does It Feel" video, and be sufficiently greased up to start doing a few more shows.

I feel like I neglect this site sometimes, so I just figured I'd post this real quick since I was already working on a blog about constructing a set-list, for next Monday's edition of "Hearing Things". Here's to a good weekend...hope to see you all soon.

Cheers,

Denny

The Great Affairs

Overdue update Pt 3

While we're here, I'd like to say thank you to all the good people who have supported us in various far-flung cities over the last several months....Chicago, Cincinnati, Birmingham, Hollywood, Amarillo, Columbus, Peoria, Knoxville, Fort Smith, Lexington, etc.....the list goes on. We've met a ton of great people along the way, and sold a mess of CDs and swag, which has enabled us to keep our wheels rolling and funded this new recording. We sincerely appreciate you guys. To the club owners who have treated us with respect, paid us our due, and overlooked Patrick's bar tab, we thank you too....we'll keep an eye on him next time, promise. To those of you who have let us crash at your place, fed us, and tolerated Matt's storytelling/comedian impersonations.....you are brave souls with admirable restraint and generosity without bounds....we are grateful. Finally, to the rest of the guys in the band, thank YOU for putting up with my neurotic, obsessive tendencies, ridiculous standards, and my occasionally sketchy driving. You too are courageous....or clearly oblivious to your surroundings. Here's to whatever comes next......

Stay tuned, Denny The Great Affairs

p.s. Tim Good, I'm gonna miss you. Best of luck with The August, and thank you for seeing this thing through for as long as you have. You are a man of conviction. If I can ever return the favor, just let me know.

Overdue update Pt 2

Ladies & gentlemen, please welcome Jason Hees to the stage. Jason was the drummer for The Hot Rocks, a killer Nashville band that released an equally killer record some years back and played all over the map, but has since ceased to be an active unit, thus leaving him available to occupy the position of drummer for The Great Affairs. Jason is big guy, with an even bigger personality, and a still bigger kick drum. Where Tim brought a certain finesse to our sound, Mr. Hees brings a bit of bombast. He is a serious hitter, and attacks the drums with a definite authority, that had us a tad puzzled at first, but has served to remind us of our roots, and added a bit of urgency to some of the material that may have occasionally been lacking. We're still in the process of feeling things out where the setlist is concerned, and trying to determine just what we're going to carry forward with us, and yeah, we may not tackle as much of the "lighter" material as we were able to cover with Tim, but we'll do our best to find a middle ground between TGA MK1 & TGA MK2.

We've already noodled on some new ideas with Jason, whilst working up material for our first show together on the 25th in Nashville at 12th & Porter, and my gut feeling is that things are going to take a deliberate turn from the more acoustic-based fare we've become comfortable with, and head down a road littered with all kinds of electric guitar and things that make loud noises. Hopefully we won't forget how to strum tenderly, but for a while at least, we're gonna turn things up and cut loose some. All of this is subject to change, but this is the vision I've been having, and since we've never really been accepted into any particular "clique", I don't see what harm it could do to run a noisier, less-gentle TGA up the old flagpole and see who salutes. For now, we'll drop a little stopgap called "Ricky took the wheels..", to ease this potential transition, and who knows???...maybe we'll grow out of this urge to be on 11(well, maybe 81/2) before we ever get around to doing much else. I just figure, since we're so far off most folks' radar in this town(and every other town, for that matter), we might as well indulge ourselves. I know that when this band started, I saw it as a way to let go of some of the "modern rock" trappings of fORMER, and embrace some of the things that I'd had to forego as a writer with that band, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't miss having a wall of amps screaming behind me, and the feeling of getting to dig into a nice, dirty riff once in a while. Conversely, I relish the fact that with The Great Affairs, I've had the opportunity to tap into a more nuanced and sonically broad palette, where the lyrics and vocal melodies play such a vital part in reeling the listener in. Surely, somewhere is a compromise between the two that doesn't require me to do a reunion/double-header show with my own band. I'm determined to find out. This will be my mission.

to be continued....

Overdue update Pt 1

Well, it's been quite a while since I did one of these here "blogs"; months in fact, so I figured today was as good a day as any to catch anyone who cares up on what's been happening around here.......

First off, we have been busy, writing and recording, doing shows, and searching for a new drummer to replace the departing Tim Good. All of this at once has proven to be somewhat troublesome, with days that include an assortment of these activities in conjunction with one another, leaving us a bit dazed and confused periodically, but hopeful that the stars will soon align and suddenly everything will make perfect sense.

Tonight, we'll be hauling our gear into The Switchyard, getting things mic'd and wrangling tones from amps, so that we can start bright and early tomorrow morning on the 8 remaining tracks set to join their four brethren on "Ricky took the wheels..". Tim will be providing the drums on these tracks; a swan song of sorts, since he was involved in arranging them and bringing these ideas to life. The remaining cast of characters will include yours truly on vocals, guitars, & keys, as well as Matt Andersen on bass & Patrick J. Miller on guitars. We may have a guest or two, depending on what we can knock out on our own before we drain our piggy bank, and just what we hear in our heads that hasn't made it onto tape. I banged through some basic acoustic tracks last week, that still need assorted percussion bits, and a few bells & whistles throughout, but the rest of the tunes will require the full band to fire up and lay into them in a more "live" setting.

Looking at the track listing while I was trying to sequence it to get a headstart on the artwork, it appears that this record will have a balance similar to the last, but perhaps leaning a bit more to the "rock" side, with a handful of numbers that are a little less restrained than most of the first album. How this will come off as a body of work is anyone's guess, but we're just gonna throw the whole mess in and hope there is some semblance of logic to the pieces. Honestly, the band is at a bit of a crossroads at the moment, with this drummer change forcing us to reevaluate just how we approach our material in the live setting. I can't really explain that without introducing the new guy, so here goes....

to be continued....

LYRICS....to the WHOLE record.....finally.(pt 4)

DANCE ALONE (MUSIC/LYRICS: D. SMITH)

WE COULD BE SHOT RIGHT HERE

EVERYTHING BLOWN

HE’LL MAKE YOU FAMOUS DEAR

AN’ I’LL BE DEAD AND GONE

HE’LL GET YOU HIGH

AN’ HE’LL KEEP YOU HIGH

I’LL BE SIX FEET UNDER ASKING MYSELF WHY

I’M LEAVIN’ IT UP TO FATE

WE WERE ALREADY HALFWAY HOME

IF THIS IS WHERE WE GO DOWN

I’M NOT READY TO ROLL THE BONES

MAYBE YOU’RE OVER ME

MAYBE I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN

THAT THIS IS HOW WE DANCE ALONE

IT DOESN’T SEEM REAL ENOUGH

BUT THERE’S NO DOUBT

IT SHOULDN’T BE SO EASY FOR YOU

LIKE BREATHIN’ IN, BREATHIN’ OUT

IT GETS YOU HIGH

AND IT KEEPS YOU HIGH

I’M JUST A NOTE IN THE MARGIN, SCRIBBLED TO PASS THE TIME

(CHORUS)

YOU CALL THEM YOUR SECRETS

BUT EVERYONE KNOWS

THE DEVIL IN THE DETAILS

IS STARTING TO SHOW

EVERYTHING YOU KNEW

(MUSIC/LYRICS:DENNIS SMITH) 05/09

WHAT THEY SAY

HONEY DON’T BELIEVE IT

THEY’RE JUST BODIES DIGGIN’ AT YOUR FLESH AND BONE

‘TIL IT BREAKS

AND THEY BURY YOU BENEATH IT

AIN’T NO LIFE IN LIVIN’ WITH THE DEAD AND GONE

WHEN IT ACHES

LIKE EVERYTHING YOU KNEW WAS WRONG

YOU CRY TOO SOON

EXISTENTIAL MYSTERIES, SOME CRISIS IN BLOOM

YOU HANG TOO LONG

A STILL-LIFE STUDY OR A FUNERAL SONG

IF YOU’RE STONED

DON’T BOTHER SIGNALING ‘TIL SHE COMES

IF YOU DON’T

I’LL KEEP REMEMBERING

YOU WERE ONCE, YOU WERE ONCE

(CHORUS)

YOU STAND TOO CLOSE

MESSIN’ IN THE MISERY THAT CURSES THE MOST

AND YOU DREAM TOO LOUD

BUT YOU’RE SO DAMN PRETTY WITH YOUR HEAD IN A CLOUD

LIKE A SAINT

I KEEP REMEMBERING

YOU WERE ONCE, YOU WERE ONCE

FINDING GRACE

(MUSIC/LYRICS:D. SMITH)

09/09

TAKE YOUR TIME, DEAR

BURN IT SLOW

WHEN THE SMOKE CLEARS, LISTEN

WHAT YOUR MIND HEARS

I DON’T KNOW

ALL YOUR WORST FEARS

STOP, GO

LEAVE THIS HOUSE, CHILD

LOSE YOUR NAME

IN THE GARDEN, HEARTS

FIND THEIR VOICES

AT THE GATE

MAKE YOUR CHOICES

RUN, WAIT

I CAN’T BE THE ONE

I CAN’T FILL THE SPACE

I CAN’T SAVE YOU NOW

IN THIS PLACE

BUT YOU’LL FIND YOURS

GRACE

IN THESE DARK HOURS

KEEP HIM CLOSE

TINY VOICES, SAY

LAY YOUR ARMS DOWN

LEAVE YOUR THINGS

THE COACH IS WAITING

ANGELS SING

I CAN’T FOLLOW NOW

I CAN’T LEAVE THE RACE

BUT I CAN SET YOU FREE

FROM THIS PLACE

TO GO FIND YOURS

GRACE

THERE’S NO TIME, DEAR

YOU MUST GO

WHEN THE SMOKE CLEARS

I KNOW

LYRICS....to the WHOLE record.....finally.(pt 3)

HAPPY HERE

(MUSIC:LEE CORAM/DENNY SMITH LYRICS:DENNY SMITH)

THEY SAY WE WERE HAPPY HERE

THEY SAY LOTS OF THINGS

THEY SMILE ‘TIL THE COAST IS CLEAR

THEN THEY WHISPER UGLY THINGS

THEY’D TAKE ALL YOUR LIBERTIES

THEY ENVY WHAT YOU HAVE

THEY SHIVER IN THE WAKE OF THIS

THEY PRAY FOR IT TO PASS

(CHORUS)

THEY BURN DOWN THE WILDERNESS

THAT SURROUNDS YOUR ACHING HEART

THEY STRIP ALL BUT HOPE AWAY

LET YOU LANGUISH IN THE DARK

(CHORUS)

WEAR THIS SHADOW

KEEP YOUR EYES WIDE SHUT

THEY’LL TELL YOU WHAT TO BELIEVE

THEY SAY WE WERE HAPPY HERE

ISN’T SHE GOLD

(MUSIC/LYRICS: D. SMITH)

I GET SO TIRED

I DON’T KNOW WHAT IT IS YOU’RE DOIN’ TO ME

I FEEL SO WIRED

LIKE I’M STARRIN’ IN MY OWN “B”’ MOVIE

BUT IT’S ONLY IN MY HEAD

SUPERNOVA, CHERRY RED

ISN’T SHE GOLD

ISN’T SHE GOLD

I FEEL SO STRANGE

LIKE SOMEONE PUT MY HEART IN A BRAIN BOX

I FEEL SO LAME

LIKE DANCING WITH BOTH FEET IN ONE SOCK

BUT IT’S ONLY IN MY HEAD

BOY GENIUS, SIMON SAID

ISN’T SHE GOLD

ISN’T SHE GOLD

ISN’T SHE GOLD

NOW EVERY THOUGHT’S A MYSTERY

AND THE TV DON’T MAKE SENSE TO ME

‘CAUSE I’M COLORBLIND AND ALL I SEE

IS THE THING THAT SHE APPEARS TO BE

ISN’T SHE GOLD

BUT IT’S ONLY IN MY HEAD

MINUS ZERO, COUNT ME DEAD

ISN’T SHE GOLD

ISN’T SHE GOLD

UNDERTOW

(MUSIC/LYRICS: D. SMITH)

08/09

THIS I KNOW

THIS I KNOW I KNOW I KNOW

THIS I SAY, THIS I PRAY I’LL GET AWAY

WITH ALL THESE HOLES

UNBELIEVEABLES

THEY’RE SO, THEY’RE SO

SO TRANSPARENT, I SUPPOSE

I KEEP WONDERING WHEN THIS NOSE GROWS

THAT’S ENOUGH FOR ME

TO FEEL SO HEAVY

I CAN’T ROLL

I’VE GOTTEN IN TOO DEEP

THE CURRENT’S HEADY

IT’S UNDERTOW

TAKE IT SLOW, TAKE IT EASY AS YOU GO

DOWN BELOW

THERE’S A PLACE SHE LETS ME KNOW

MY EYES ARE CLOSED

CAN’T SEE THE THREATS SHE POSED, NO

YOU DEVIL, MRS. JONES

I’M FEELIN’ RIGHT AT HOME

AND THAT’S ENOUGH FOR YOU

TO GET ME READY

TO STEAL MY SOUL

I’M DIGGIN’ IN MY HEELS

BUT I’M UNSTEADY

IT’S UNDERTOW

(LEAD)

THIS I KNOW

THIS I KNOW I KNOW I KNOW

THIS I SAY, THIS I PRAY I GET AWAY

WITH ALL THESE HOLES

UNBELIEVEABLES