Love's No Place b​/​w Affection

by John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons

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released 27 November 2012

John Velghe - Vocals, guitars, keyboards
Chris Wagner - Bass guitar, vocals
GoGo Ray - Drum set
Hermon Mehari - Trumpet
Mike Alexander - Guitars and vocals
Michael Walker - Trombone
Sam Hughes - Saxophone

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John Velghe Kansas City, Missouri

John Velghe (pronounced Vel-jee) writes songs leaning towards personal narratives and accounts of people he’s met over 20 years of playing and touring. From a friends fre ex-wife in Austin to a 4-year-old waitress in Lucas, KS to a transvestite railroad worker in Duluth, MN; Velghe populates his songs with real characters who’ve informed personal allegories about escape, transformation and fear. ... more

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Track Name: Love's No Place
I learned how to talk to strangers
A child of the seventies
An April girl named Winter
Queen City, knobby knees
I met her in a back seat
Blood brother's bat wing car
If we were big enough
He'd land us in a bar
We were fifteen
And so obscene

Love's no place for falling
It knocks you down some times
Love's no place for falling
I know I tried

Shoplifted Fairmount Liquors
Our sweetness got us drunk
She dipped her gum in bourbon
And put it on my tongue

That and one look
Was all it took