Each of the songs on this cool Keb' Mo' album harken back to past relationships with women. Allow me to explain.
1) That's Not Love: tipsy make-out in college with a girl named...Julie? "That's Lust"
2) Perpetual Blues Machine: where do I begin? This is like Santa's Christmas list.
3) More Than One Way Home: to home plate that is...
4) I'm On Your Side: that's Beth. I agreed with her parents that she shouldn't get a tattoo, but, at her request, took her to the parlor for "support".
5) Just Like You: I haven't met my 6'5", 200 lb. counterpart yet.
6) You Can Love Yourself: I don't want to go there.
7) Dangerous Mood: Michele, Stephanie, and Haley. Don't change the channel when Sportscenter is on.
8) The Action: Mary Beth. All day, girl.
9) Hand It Over: Notes between me and Kate turned into our sixth grade teacher.
10) Standin' at the Station: Michele. We're at Penn Station getting some subs and chips. AWK-WARD.
11) Momma, Where's My Daddy?: Jackie--my high school honey. It was a literal question to her when we snuck underneath the football bleachers.
12) Last Fair Deal Gone Down: Don't ever try being friends immediately after breaking up. See #2.
13) Lullaby Baby Blues: I sang Katy to sleep on the phone to Snoop Dogg's Gangsta Ride.
-Profession: Bartender/Nursing student/Volleyball Coach
-Favorite U.S. State Quarter: Florida
-'Kills' in volleyball sound so morbid. Can you come up with something that doesn't sound so morbid?: Maybe call them 'Smurf berries'.
-Do female bartenders hands down make more money than male bartenders?: It obviously depends on where you are, but where I work everyone's an equal opportunity tipper.
-You collect coins. Are the infomercials selling dug up Confederate silver coins for real or what?: I think it's hogwash. I've been down South and they have some stuff like that, but it's not polished or anything. We have sometimes bought the coins that feature a newly-elected President, but that's just a trinket kind of thing.