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She's Kerosene
The Interrupters Lyrics


I'm a match, she's kerosene
You know she's gonna burn down everything
She's an arsonist in her pass time
And I've been burned for the last time
Time, time, time, woah
I've been burned for the last time
Time, time, time, woah
I've been burned for the last time

It started out like any other morning
The sky was red, he took it as a warning
She hit the hive now the bees are swarming
He played the victim till the crowd starts forming
She's got a history of making a scene, yeah
She tell a story, she gets right in
He's the executioner and she's the queen
And he's the one whose neck is in the guillotine

And he said, I'm a match, she's kerosene
You know she's gonna burn down everything
She's an arsonist in her pass time
And I've been burned for the last time
Time, time, time, woah
I've been burned for the last time
Time, time, time, woah
I've been burned for the last time

Ooh
The smoke clears out when he's been awaken
He said this life could be mine for the taking
She need a drink so she starts shaking
And played a victim 'til his heart stops breaking
No real tears 'cause she don't mean it
This landscape used to be so scenic
And he could make it out if he could dream it
Rising up from the ash, he's a phoenix

I'm a match, she's kerosene
You know she's gonna burn down everything
She's an arsonist in her pass time
And I've been burned for the last time
Time, time, time, woah
I've been burned for the last time
Time, time, time, woah
I've been burned for the last time

You play with me, you're playing with fire
You play with me, you're playing with fire

I'm a match, she's kerosene
You know she's gonna burn down everything
She's an arsonist in her pass time
And I've been burned for the last time
Time, time, time, woah
I've been burned for the last time
Time, time, time, woah
I've been burned for the last time

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing
Written by: Aimee E Allen, Timothy Armstrong, Jesse Gus Bivona, Justin Scott Bivona, Kevin C Bivona

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John Smith

​@Tom At the very basic level a Producer oversees the creation of music.
They can take a very limited role or a hands-on approach, depending on their style or what's needed to create the best songs.
They will listen-in during recording sessions, making suggestions for edits and alterations to songs, making sure that the project as a whole is cohesive and maintains the artist's creative vision.
Artists without music theory or inexperienced in commercial song writing will need a lot more hand holding than veteran artists. Seasoned musicians typically like more control over their sound (Royalties), but there's cases were an artist or band wants to transcend into a more Pop/mainstream appeal. Since the artist gets to submit a short-list of their preferred producers to work with, they would Prioritize Pop-focused producers...and hope for the best (also listing producers of work they really respect.) Sometimes bands have to settle for really shit producers that they don't want to work with, but without any pull in the industry it's hard to always get what you want.

I'm not sure you understand how much time, hard work, experience and talent goes into writing a widely successful hit,. It's a million times harder writing a song that appeals to the masses then it is to compose music which appeals mainly to your own sensibilities. I don't think you should give up on songwriting, but if I were you I'd do some digging into mainstream music production, you might gain some respect for the process and appreciate how difficult it is to be successful consistently.

Times they are a changin'
Since major record labels deals are no longer a viable option for musicians, there's no more perks like: the best producers, song writers or engineers in the world.
Artists are learning as many production jobs as possible (Tracking/mixing/mastering, transpositioning charts, royalties management, distribution, marketing campaign strategy, tour managing, etc.) Music theory, composing lyrics and songwriting are taken a lot more seriously by more and more musicians. DIY is very much alive and well and all the knowledge is free to download.
Smaller independent labels are popping up again, but they are limited in the services they can provide artists without any acts making them millions.
Having a song on national radio airwaves can make an artist rich overnight. The schmoozing, bribery and nepotism which plagued the largest radio broadcasters is still a reality. To this note, digital streaming services are the priority for getting your music out.

Melodies as we know them are becoming a faded trend. I'm not entirely sure why, but it's a thing.
We're just not seeing hooks to be the most essential part of a song anymore.

OK I'm bored enough.
Share some links of your music, I'm interested.



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Al Bud

@Busy Dad And when they are singing "Time / Time / Time / Time" they are swinging the slides of their 'bones back and forth to the beat ... I actually came to this video to see if that was happening and then I realized, duh, no horns. I guess it's just that good, you fooled me into thinking there must have been horns, that I never even stopped to think about listening for them!

Jay Tee

@Sshy Guy stfu

Jay Tee

Buy it! Long live Hellcat records and crew!

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