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She Don't Know

She don't know me or where I go
I have to reason to say no

There's a baby in the street.
Doesn't anybody see?
There's a princess on her knees
Why can't I say pretty please?

In the darkness, she says no.
How can I know thoughts untold?
A distant phone call, while I'm on hold
I want to answer, but she don't know
She don't know, she don't know

I see my baby in the street
Why won't she look up at me?
I see my princess on her knees
But she won't even look at me

She don't know, she don't know
She don't know, she don't know
I see my baby in the street
Why won't she look up at me?

song info

Track: 2
Length: 4:11

album info

Shadow Chaser by Elijah Taylor

Released: Saturday, October 27, 2001
Producers: Elijah Taylor, Jeff Matlak, & Michael McNamara
Tracks: 20
Buy: Out of print

Liner Notes

Special thanks to: (In no particular order) Michael and Jeff for making me believe I really could do this, while lending any help/equipment they could.  Meredith for being my friend through life's ups and downs (See Falling, Tree).  My family (Mom, Don, Rachel, Jim, Elliot (!), Penny, Sherry, Dad, Deb, Kim, Nathan, and Marla) for sitting through countless hours of rough mixes and concepts.  God for showing me the light in the darkest of times.  Jenna for always being her cute self even when life turns on us both.  Melisa for always being a friend and giving it to me straight.  Rusty (Smokey Vision) for being a true friend all the way since good old CHS.  Got paper? Mon (Narumol), my excellent friend from Thailand, for bugging me every day to finish this and send it to her (and for being so cute!).  All the great people down at On Cue for believing this should go forward even when little publicity meant little sales.  Good News Music for selling an unsigned artist for nothing.  All the bands that have inspired me to be such a mutt of a musician:  Red Hot Chili Peppers, Aerosmith, Pearl Jam, Creed, Limp Bizkit, Staind, Live, Soundgarden, Bodega, Foo Fighters, Incubus, Undyin.

Engineered, recorded, mixed, and mastered by me at my flat on Huron Place.  Tree recorded at The Hut.  Winter Rain recorded at Pentimento Sound, Cadillac, MI.  The rain for my tracks was recorded outside my apartment during a storm on April 7th, 2001 at about 4am.  Intro and Interlude recorded in my driveway during another storm on August 18, 2001 at about 11:30pm.

All songs written by me except: One and Only Someone, Written and spoken by Melisa Dettloff.  Acclimative Warmity written by Michael, Jeff, and myself.  Drums on Friday Club most excellently performed by Jeff Matlak.  Cover/Disc art by Elijah.


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