J.J. Cale — Lies
Album: Really
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Released: 1972
Length: 2:44
Plays (last 30 days): 1
You told me this, you told me that
You try to tell me, tell me where it's at
You said you loved me, I can see through that
Lies, lies, lies

You left me hangin', hangin' from a limb
You said you loved me, then you left with him
Lord, you did it to me, I see it in your eyes
Lies, lies, lies

Tell me baby, why you take my time
You get a thrill off playing with my mind
Lord, you did it to me, I see it in your eyes
Lies, lies, lies
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 Faithful_Fool wrote:
 dance baby groove GIF

 
Love it! Kid's got moves... :)
 dance baby groove GIF
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 Jackson_Feelgood wrote:


Who is JJ Cale underated by ? Certainly not people with good taste. Perhaps you are refering to Comercial radio ?
JJ Cale will always be one of the great talents in my book. He did an album with Eric Clapton about 8 years ago. Well worth a listen.        The Road to Escondido by J.J. Cale and Eric Clapton (2006)        
 

 
I have that!  And I should put it in the old song -playing device soonest. {#Dancingbanana_2}
I really miss JJ Cale
 
 Sideorder wrote:
Love this song and love this whole album.  Nice tribute to this underrated artist.

 

Who is JJ Cale underated by ? Certainly not people with good taste. Perhaps you are refering to Comercial radio ?
JJ Cale will always be one of the great talents in my book. He did an album with Eric Clapton about 8 years ago. Well worth a listen.        The Road to Escondido by J.J. Cale and Eric Clapton (2006)        
 
The quintessential JJ album....RIP
 Businessgypsy wrote:
Nick Spitzer with the American Routes radio show just did a great interview with JJ Cale, worth a listen.

 
Thank you Businessgypsy, I am gonna look this up (posted Mar 18, 2010), and special thanks to RP for keeping JJ's flame burning
RIP JJ.  Thanks for the excellent ride.    {#Guitarist}
RIP JJ.  {#Notworthy}
Love this song and love this whole album.  Nice tribute to this underrated artist.
Owned this one back in the day, but it didn't sound like this.........good signal and good speakers tonight.
Johnnie Lang's "Lie to me" would be a gret follow-on song... All relationships being based on trust; how many lies do we allow before trust dies-?  Trust is two-way and earned...  I uess it depends on the subject of the lie
One of my first LP's, still love this track.
 nerakdon wrote:
Singer sounds like he's lying in bed.  It's almost obscene how slippery his voice is.
 

{#Clap} Now those adjectives sum J.J.Cale up about perfectly. "Obscene" and "slippery". Yup. But, in a good way...{#Cool}
GREAT JJ, brother of John - dunno this album!

Booogey.  A special place in my musical heart for this album.

 garycha wrote:
Where would Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, and hey Jack Johnson, all be without this man's influence?  There is laid back and then there is JJ Cale.

Legend.
 
Agree!!

Singer sounds like he's lying in bed.  It's almost obscene how slippery his voice is.
Nick Spitzer with the American Routes radio show just did a great interview with JJ Cale, worth a listen.