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Jess Klein — Soda Water
Album: Strawberry Lover
Avg rating:
6.4

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Total ratings: 797









Released: 2005
Length: 3:40
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Camel coat, auburn hair
Idle taxi, Leicester Square
Like a lion in black
Sends up the windows and leans on back

Honey's dripping from the trees
Order me a soda water
Rifles swinging at my knees
Order me a soda water

Said my castle in Nice
Sits on a cove, on a beach
Where a girl can move slow
In a pace she wants to know

So I showed him my cards
He was stunned by the scars
And he said, "That ain't right
C'mon now baby I'll hold you, that's right"

Honey's dripping from the trees
Order me a soda water
Rifles swinging at my knees
Order me a soda water

A tall, a tall
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Gotta admit, these are a couple of good lyrics:

So I showed him my cards

He was stunned by the scars
 sirdroseph wrote:
Is this the chick on that terrible Heineken commercial? Man she is hot, but don't like the nasally voice.

  BLESS YOU!

 KSTrillian wrote:
I like this song when it first comes on and then don't like it by the time it finally ends. Lol...EVERY TIME. It just goes on too long without enough variety.
 

I agree it just goes on and on and on.....
Is this the chick on that terrible Heineken commercial? Man she is hot, but don't like the nasally voice.
Love it a LOT!!
Nice voice
make me
Dang
 rickhoran wrote:
4 + bonus (1) = 5 where bonus is for the way cool artwork.
 
Hah, I was going to subtract one for the artwork ;)

4 + bonus (1) = 5 where bonus is for the way cool artwork.
 potatomutant wrote:
I need an emoticon of hot buttery sex on biscuits.
 
wow. that's what i'm going to name my next rock band. Hot Buttery Sex on Biscuits. brilliant.

I need an emoticon of hot buttery sex on biscuits.
Would somebody please get her a damn soda water already?

 silvergirl wrote:
For fans of Jess Klein's music, where would you go next after this album?  There are quite a few to choose from.

Thanks!
 
The Draw them Near CD is better than this one in my opinion anyways

Thos is like a perfect creme brulé with a dupio

 a_genuine_find wrote:
Nice association in the reggae bass intro to this song {#Bananajam}
 
Ypu are so correct!

Nice association in the reggae bass intro to this song {#Bananajam}
Must agree. The song pulls you in, but then pulls you under. By the time its finished I feel like I'm in need of air!
This tune is wearing thin. Seems I hear it every evening I'm listening. Time to drop it from regular rotation for awhile.
For fans of Jess Klein's music, where would you go next after this album?  There are quite a few to choose from.

Thanks!

Only three pages of comments for this song since 2006? It seems to me that this song plays on RP a lot more than I guess it actually does. {#Stupid}


 divinemadness wrote:
Catchy in a lounge sort of way. Wears thin though.
 

lol, right! About 2/3rds into the song I was starting to think, Dang! Get the soda water and start drinking and shut up about it!!

Could just be the Monday morning thing hitting me though :)

Bill got it going on this morning with this set ...  {#Yes}
Catchy in a lounge sort of way. Wears thin though.
I like this song when it first comes on and then don't like it by the time it finally ends. Lol...EVERY TIME. It just goes on too long without enough variety.
casey1024 wrote:
Blah.

Just heard this again today (11/4/08). This time, I liked it. Go figure.


Heh...same thing happened to me.  I had it rated a 3 earlier.  Bumped it to a 6 today.

first time i heard it...i thought she kept saying
in the Minnesota water....and being from MN...i liked it....
on that same note, i love those soft flowing voices almost as much as i like the grit and grind of other styles.....
Love this song...has all the ingredients for a mood altering experience in music.

Nice segue from Toots
 suitep wrote:
I keep thinking this song will grow on me...and then it doesn't. Quite the opposite.
 

Me too.  Maybe after a few beverages it would be ok, but at 11 am on a school day it ain't workin.
Blah.

Just heard this again today (11/4/08).  This time, I liked it.  Go figure.

 suitep wrote:
I keep thinking this song will grow on me...and then it doesn't. Quite the opposite.
 
Yeah, that's my reaction exactly.
Dumb ass song. 
 suitep wrote:
I keep thinking this song will grow on me...and then it doesn't. Quite the opposite.
 
I agree...it's starting to annoy me more than anything...

I'll have what's she's having.
I keep thinking this song will grow on me...and then it doesn't. Quite the opposite.
yuck
horstman wrote:
. . . my name is Talking Tina and I don't like you. My name is talking Tina and I'm going to kill you.


Aaaack! That episode scared the bejeezus out of me.   

This song ROCKS on a nice stereo, turned up to where the neighbors scratch their heads....
man, this song goes on and on and on well past it's welcome.
dorkmeister wrote:
Hah! You just described every relationship i've ever had!
:roflol: :roflol: :roflol:
Hinkamp wrote:
Her voice sounds cute and unique....at first.
Hah! You just described every relationship i've ever had!
Her voice sounds cute and unique....at first.
Sexy and sultry comes to mind. Somebody cool her down.
this songs creeps into the very soul. it creeps steathily, like a soft footed ninja.
One of my favorites ....love the sultry tone...evocative of something, I'm just not sure what!!
Misterfixit wrote:
My Tina is a killer and it's talking to you
But alas, I'm not listening!!
horstman wrote:
. . . my name is Talking Tina and I don't like you. My name is talking Tina and I'm going to kill you.
My Tina is a killer and it's talking to you
I take mine straight.More_Cowbell wrote:
I like Gin in my soda water
Alpine wrote:
She sounds kinda like Gwen Stefani
WTF????????????????? :beat:
More_Cowbell wrote:
I like Gin in my soda water
Ditto. 'Cept hold the soda water and add a couple anchovy-stuffed olives. On the rocks.
Al_Koholic wrote:
Dolls like that scare me! :eek:
. . . my name is Talking Tina and I don't like you. My name is talking Tina and I'm going to kill you.
I like Gin in my soda water
dharmanavy wrote:
Everything old is "new" again...:eyes:
New York...early 1940s...camel hair coats...girls drawing a line up the their back of legs instead of stockings...a boarding house...old type set address to distribute the news paper...my grandma's stories from her high school day and right after she graduated... :wink:
Everything old is "new" again...:eyes: Misterfixit wrote:
deja vu waaaaaay back to those ciggie smokin' hot mommas singinsultry sex in one of those Key West bars during a blackout and watching for german subs off the coast with Peter Lorre making signals with the shades and porch lights.
ooooh. ahhhhh. :cool:
She sounds kinda like Gwen Stefani
This one is so very smooth
Misterfixit wrote:
deja vu waaaaaay back to those ciggie smokin' hot mommas singinsultry sex in one of those Key West bars during a blackout and watching for german subs off the coast with Peter Lorre making signals with the shades and porch lights.
Nowadays we use planes to visit the US. :cheesygrin:
deja vu waaaaaay back to those ciggie smokin' hot mommas singinsultry sex in one of those Key West bars during a blackout and watching for german subs off the coast with Peter Lorre making signals with the shades and porch lights.
dewhead wrote:
Love it! Gave it a 7, will probably revise it higher in the future. Very sultry! Makes me think of magnolias, porch swings and hot summer days in the deep South.
Yea, and mosquito bites on the ankles.
mute while going to get some scotch.
I've heard better
Urg. Verges on screeching.
Its not that I don't like this song, but its getting way too overplayed on RP.
Dolls like that scare me! :eek:
Love it! Gave it a 7, will probably revise it higher in the future. Very sultry! Makes me think of magnolias, porch swings and hot summer days in the deep South.
Come on, those lips, those eyes. She can sing this at my house.
mousebones wrote:
What the hell is shoutcast radio??
It is a link to 3,000+/- Internet radio stations. That's where I found Radio Paradise. Shoutcast.com
What the hell is shoutcast radio??
Horrid.
Two words come to mind.... SHUT UP! :zip-lip:
not in the mood for what sounds like a show tune...
:iamwithstupid:
liser wrote:
Very cool - she sounds like Bernadette Peters, doesn't she? I like it! :twisted:
I can hear that. And I always though BP had one hell of a sexy voice too...
Eagan wrote:
Watchin' the Detectives
:yes:
Watchin' the Detectives
Good chill out music.
most excellent!
um....not good for a friday afternoon. oy.
How is the rest of this CD?
The slightly off-key chorus belting out "honey" on this track reminds me of the backup vocals on Devendra Banhart's "Chinese Children". I really like the laid-back tone of this song.
liser wrote:
Very cool - she sounds like Bernadette Peters, doesn't she? I like it! :twisted:
That's funny, it does sound like her, not that it's a good thing...
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Nice voice !
She's very provocative until she belts. Mmm. Slick in the grass below.
This song is wonderfully sexy
her voice reminds me of little kid belting it out at the county fair. it's a little aggravating, but maybe i will just have to get used to it.
Don't forget the Vodka
Very slinky-slouchy, good stuff!
d_light wrote:
the melody is identical to "Diarabe" by Ali Farka Toure (with Ry Cooder)
Absolutely! It's spelled "Diaraby" though.
Unbearable voice!
:puke:
I really didn't like her other song on here (Strawberry Lover) but this one is growing on me. Very sexy voice.
Betty Boop on ludes cool tho
It's all you need ...
Cool voice.
First time I heard this, I did not like it at all... after a few more listens it's beginning to grow on me.
Will somebody get this girl a soda water so she'll shut up already?!?!
Very cool - she sounds like Bernadette Peters, doesn't she? I like it! :twisted:
Nice for a warm evening.
the melody is identical to "Diarabe" by Ali Farka Toure (with Ry Cooder)
heh.
vurry nice. :cool:
wow