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Norah Jones — Creepin' In
Album: Feels Like Home
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6.4

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Total ratings: 92









Released: 2004
Length: 2:58
Plays (last 30 days): 0
There's a big old hole
Goes right through the sole
Of this old shoe

And the water on the ground ain't got no place, it's fine
So it's only got one thing left to do
Just creep on in
Creep on in

And once it has begun, it won't stop until it's done
Sneakin' in

There's a silver moon
Came a little too soon
Oh for me to bear
It shines brightly on my bed and the shadow's overhead
Won't let me sleep as long as it's there

Just creep on in
Creep on in

And once it has begun, it won't stop until it's done
Sneakin' in

Creep on in
Creep on in

And once it has begun, it won't stop until it's done
Sneakin' in

There's a big old hole
Goes right through my soul
Oh that ain't nothin' new

So as long as you're around
I got no place else you've found
There's only one thing left for you to do

I just creep on in
Creep on in

And once you have begun, don't stop until you're done
Sneakin' in

And once it has begun, it won't stop until it's done
Sneakin' in

And once it has begun, it won't stop until it's done
Sneakin' in
Sneakin' in
Sneakin' in
Sneakin' in
Creepin' in
Sneakin' in
Sneakin' in
Sneakin' in
Sneakin' in
Sneakin' in
Creepin' in
You want to keep creepin' on in
Creep
Creepin' in
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It's only Dolly that made me bring my rating of 1 to a 5 on this one. And I would like to hear more Dolly, whatever y'all say.
srbarry wrote:
More Dolly please. (Did I just say that?)
Please no! Dolly should be deParton from RP.! Let's not turn Radio Paradise into Radio Hee Haw!
jksteacher wrote:
Fughettabout the sophomore jinx. A much better (deeper and, at times, darker) effort than her first album.
I thought she was hideously boring until someone gave this CD as a gift. I love this CD - and even though I really don't like much C&W - I like this track. Norah is no longer Snorah.
Fughettabout the sophomore jinx. A much better (deeper and, at times, darker) effort than her first album.
Norah should watch out. She's going to sell a LOT of Dolly's records for her. Norah disappears next to Dolly on this track.
This is the only Norah Jones song I've ever heard that I've liked. Finally, a tune with some life. Of course Dolly's vocals help as well.
DOLLY!!!!!! What a jam! Love it! \:D/
GordianKnot wrote:
What would it take to make RP a Snorah-Free Zone? Oh...and while we're at it, a Tori-Free Zone too.
Sorry dude. Too many people like 'em. Just take off your headphones/turn on the mute like everyone else does when they don't like a particular artist/tune. Very dramatic use of the smileys, too btw.
I have been discovering Dolly Parton Songs lately..Opening to country music goves an opportunity to enjoy different music..great song and rendering
More Dolly please. (Did I just say that?)
More chick music
cataloger wrote:
That IS Dolly Parton singing with her, right?
Without a doubt.
Quite likeable and pleasant.
THis tune is just plain fun. I've always had a thing for Dolly Parton's singing.
Mot wrote:
Norah does absolutely nothing for me. Apologies to those who adore her, but to me it speaks volumes given that I have an extreme love for the women of music.
i, too really appreciate listening to the female voice far more than the alternative, and while Nora's voice is not the finest in the biz, (that title, IMHO, belongs to Sarah Maclachlan at the moment) to me, it's pleasing enough, and for the most part, i like her material no need to apoligize, to each his own....
cataloger wrote:
That IS Dolly Parton singing with her, right?
Yep. MT
I for one love NJ's music. Although this song is my least favorite on her new album, I still give it a 6. .
That IS Dolly Parton singing with her, right?
What would it take to make RP a Snorah-Free Zone? :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: :sleep: :puke: Oh...and while we're at it, a Tori-Free Zone too.
Pipes wrote:
Like mixing cognac with horse piss. :rolleyes:
Totally agree, that Nora is so lame isn't she.
WOW
i seriously thought that this was Dolly Parton at first. (edit: ok, just read below comment that Dolyl is actually on this track as well - cool) i seriously diggit though.
Like mixing cognac with horse piss. :roll:
This is too Country/Nashville to be my kind of music. So why do I like it?
Sheesh, people! This ain't bad... uptempo, nice harmonies and vocal stylings. I, for one, like it.
sanitized homogenized sleep-inducing pointless zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
I like Norah--I think she's got a great voice and loads of potential. Yes, that's Dolly Parton singing on this track. But, the title is CREEPIN' In, not creenin! Just heard it get back-announced as creenin, so I guess it's not simply a typo on RP. Has the DJ even listened to the song? EDIT--Yay! They fixed it! Thank you!
i've had enough of snorah jones.
Norah does absolutely nothing for me. Apologies to those who adore her, but to me it speaks volumes given that I have an extreme love for the women of music.
Wow, nice! She can do some really diverse stuff....was that dolly singing with her or am I insane? Is this disc as great as the first one from her?