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Lyric of the Week: DYNAMO

You send a zap right up my spine

And through my bones

Every time I talk to you

On the phone

Ya hit me with those surprises

You got in store

Well I never seen any

Thing like you before

Well I love you baby

You’re my dynamo


You’re burning holes straight through me

With those blue eyes

You’re pulling me closer to you

You’re magnetized

I wanna reach out to take your hand

And feel the charge

I wanna walk with you arm in arm

Down the boulevard

Well I love you baby


So let’s get right down

To the nitty gritty

You got enough voltage inside you

To power New York City

You make me wanna boogie

You make me wanna rock’n’roll

You’re soft sweet and sexy

And you got soul

Well I love you baby

You’re my dynamo


Well I love you baby

You’re so fine!

You’re my dynamo



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Dynamo
You got enough voltage inside you to power New York City.

This song dates back to the late 1980s, when my musical partner Izzy Kieffer and I were looking to write a song about a mutual acquaintance who we had both fallen for, on separate occasions, but never managed to get with. This acquaintance was as described ... a constant generator of energy, never slowing down or stopping, with blue eyes whose gaze could drill right through you. (We still see her around the NY/NJ area from time to time.) Musically, I was trying to write an R&B-type scorcher like "In the Midnight Hour" but there is only so much I could do in that department, not being possessed of the right type of voice or "soul." Izzy and I actually recorded a demo of this song while we both lived in Boston, but it was but a blip compared to the other things we wanted to do and ultimately it went nowhere. The demo still exists, somewhere.


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