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Nena Anderson — Daggers
Album: Beyond The Lights
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Released: 2011
Length: 4:07
Plays (last 30 days): 1
It's been so long, baby
Since you've been apart
It's been so long, baby
Since you've been apart
Yet you open up the door
To let those daggers in your heart

Yeah you're so much more at ease
When she's in your heart and not your mind
Oh you're so much more at ease
When she's in your heart and not your mind
Can you close the door
Leave what you left behind

Well there's daggers in your eyes
Daggers in your heart
Daggers in your touch
It's tearing us apart

It's been so long, baby, so long
Since you've been apart
Yes you open up the door
To let those daggers in your heart

You're so much more at ease
When she's in your heart and not your mind
You're so much more at ease
When she's in your heart and not your mind
Can you close the door
Leave what you left behind

Daggers in your eyes
Daggers in your heart
Daggers in your kiss
You know it's tearing us apart

It's been so long
Since you've been apart
Yet you open up the door
To let those daggers in your heart
You've got to find yourself a new love
Make a brand new start
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 thewiseking wrote:
All cliches: the voice, the tone of the guitar, the whole bit
 

So...?
All cliches: the voice, the tone of the guitar, the whole bit
 jbuhl wrote:
Sounded like Sonny Landreth on slide{#Cowboy}

 
I agree. 
Sounded like Sonny Landreth on slide{#Cowboy}
Gets better by the number of times i'm hearing it.
Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeah. {#Dancingbanana_2}
 Jive wrote:
gillespp wrote:
Man, I love Radio Paradise.

 
 {#Clap}

 
💜 Radio Paradise!
gillespp wrote:
Man, I love Radio Paradise.

 
 {#Clap}
Th´Legendary Shackle Shakers also has a nice version of this song.
 JIan wrote:

I haven't looked it up, but I would have to agree, it does sound like Sonny Landreth's work. Nice.

 
Dave Berzansky on pedal steel; Mike Butler on guitars.
I sooo wish I could play guitar like that....
 Proclivities wrote:

Siri will never tell.

 
Saw the film "Her" ---   puts this in new perspective
 rdo wrote:


{#Eek}  What exactly were you and the ipod touch doing?

 
Siri will never tell.
Man, I love Radio Paradise.
 fatcatjb wrote:
it never occurs to me to wonder why I listen to Radio Paradise...let us say that it has been an expensive day and my ipod touch is smoking a satisfied cigarette over there in the corner

 

{#Eek}  What exactly were you and the ipod touch doing?
A truly heart-lifting melody.
 jonahboo wrote:


i was thinking Sonny Landreth
 
I haven't looked it up, but I would have to agree, it does sound like Sonny Landreth's work. Nice.
 WonderLizard wrote:
Looks like I'm not the only one logging in to comment on the guitar solo. Very tasty. Liner notes credit Mike Butler.
 
In agreement; liking Ms Cherry's namesakes's vocals too.
Looks like I'm not the only one logging in to comment on the guitar solo. Very tasty. Liner notes credit Mike Butler.
 Proclivities wrote:

That was a tasty solo - nice voice too.  Good tune.

 

i was thinking Sonny Landreth
Actually, "I Fall in Love too Fast" is the better song on this CD.  Check it out on Youtube.
$7 flac download of the album on bandcamp?  Yes please!
 Blastcat900 wrote:
A lot to like in this song... the beat, the singing, the banjo, the groovy guitar lick... yeah... I'm liking it.. Id like to dance with Nena. Or near her.
 
In a genre of sameness, this song gets attention.
I could tell you about the daggers in the heart.
Should have learned that lesson from the Brutus and Caesar story.   Ouch!  {#War}
A lot to like in this song... the beat, the singing, the banjo, the groovy guitar lick... yeah... I'm liking it.. Id like to dance with Nena. Or near her.
....so... if I have this right... "heart" and "start" rhyme, right? Really don't care for this half-assed, blues-ish turd of a tune. next.
 jt1 wrote:
Like it on the first listen...it will be interesting to see how I feel after a few listens. Might have to investigate the album.
 
what you said
Like it on the first listen...it will be interesting to see how I feel after a few listens. Might have to investigate the album.
her voice kinda reminds me of Toni Price...
 stratzippy wrote:
cool guitar solo; reminded me a bit of david lindley on el rayo x
 
That was a tasty solo - nice voice too.  Good tune.

RP needs some Imelda May after hearing this.
This one caught my ear for its sound and attitude.  Must give it at least a seven to start.  Couldn't quite make out the lyrics.  The usual Google search came up dry.  Guess I gotta wait.{#Chillpill}
it never occurs to me to wonder why I listen to Radio Paradise...let us say that it has been an expensive day and my ipod touch is smoking a satisfied cigarette over there in the corner
cool guitar solo; reminded me a bit of david lindley on el rayo x
Dang, I could have sworn Bill said "Ian Anderson."  But it's interesting nonetheless.
Sweet RP discovery! {#Music}

little bessie smith in there... bonnie raitt (early)... nice!
nice voice, and nice banjo in the background. {#Roflol}
Sounds pretty good so far!