Eggs Overeasy



Metadata

Song Length 7:05
Primary Genre Pop-General
Secondary Genre Classical-Post-Romantic
Tempo / Feel Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal Female Vocal
Subject Matter 1 Fruit
Subject Matter 2 Engineer
Mood 1 Cross
Mood 2 Glad
Similar Artist 1 Midnight Star
Similar Artist 2 Randy Crawford
Language Spanish
Era 1960 - 1969

Credits

Lyric Credits Rudy Rumsfield
Music Credits Kristina Carlyle
Producer Credits Payton Sutherland
Publisher Credits Suzy Q Inc.
Performance Credits Connie Young
Label Credits Elvis Lives Here Records
Short Song Description:

A slow, flowy tempo with three-part harmonies make this song simply heavenly.

Long Song Description:

A slow, flowy tempo with three-part harmonies make this song simply heavenly. A slow, flowy tempo with three-part harmonies make this song simply heavenly. A slow, flowy tempo with three-part harmonies make this song simply heavenly.

Story Behind the Song:

The lyricist wrote this song while he was singing in the shower.

Lyrics

Verse 1: This enemy attacked not just our people, but all freedom-loving people everywhere in the word. In the United States of America we use all our resources to conquer this enemy. We will rally the world.

Verse 2: They hate me so much, I?ve begun to hate myself
Everything around me controls me.
I?m so insecure, that other boys tell me alcohol?s the cure.
Settling for nothing, there?s a million ways to be special

Chorus: Nothing?s ever good enough for them
They tell you nightmares and they put them in commercials.
You need these shoes, you are no good.
No one?s ever truly successful.

Bridge: It?s the programs we view that voice the issues.
We pitch news into the pockets of rich fools.

Chorus