So So Hot

So So Hot

AprilM's picture

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Liner Notes: 

Liz, hope you don't mind I took the liberty of doing my interpretation of your song. I heard it in my head and had to put it to music

LIZ Says: Heck Yeah! Love that slow loving sultry take on the lyrics! Thank you April! That is gorgeous! I had it playing against an uptempo dance track in my head but this is absolutely wonderful and I think much much better than I imagined!!

Lyrics: 

V1
hold on tight
don't let go
feel the heat
start to grow
ohh oh
so hot

move your mouth
onto mine
feel the heat
start to rise
ohh oh
so hot

C1
burning
blistering
baking
hot
that's now
what we've got
it is so so hot
so hot

V2
move your body
into me
feel the heat
intensely
ohh oh
so hot

C2
scorching
sweltering
searing
hot
that's now
what we've got
it is so so hot
so hot

V3
press against me
skin to skin
feel the heat
explode within
ohh oh
so hot

C3
fuming
fiery
flaming
hot
that's now
what we've got
it is so so hot
so hot

OUTRO
ohh oh so ohh so so hot....



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Comments

JWHanberry's picture

Very laid back which is a good way to handle heat. Let it soak in slowly. Good collab y'all.

OdilonGreen's picture

What a terrific interpretation! When I'd read the stand-alone lyrics, I'd hears this as a fast dance song, but one of the things I enjoy so much about 50/90 is hearing an interpretation of someone's lyrics that's so different from what I would have done... and is just so, so right. This is a great slow, emotional, reflective -- but no less intense for it -- take on the lyrics that works beautifully. Bravo!

Cicpisces's picture

Very sultry number. The simple lyrics come alive with this melody. Leaves a hook in your head. You can feel the steam coming off this one. Nice work.

cleanshoes's picture

Nice take on these lyrics! A very sultry Americana feel here. I could see Emmylou singing this.

tcelliott's picture

I love the Americana feel.. it could almost fit in with Alison Moorer and Steve Earl and lots of other lovely folks. I love the pace, the feel, the drawn out vocal, the immediacy. That lyric just comes pouring out like a heartache in search of a victim. Very well written and very well musicified. This is a good one, ladies.

musicsongwriter's picture

Beautiful song, masterful and emotional, lovely to lsiten to. Beautiful lyrics, music, vocals, playing, demo and atmosphere. Every word has the meaning and wonderfully connected with the music. Great work!
Nadia

Technicolor Gramophone's picture

Love the world-weary vocals and the laid-back feel. Lyrics are a masterclass in rhythmic wordplay ... they fairly jump off the page!