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"The Paris Wife” by John Jenkins

John Jenkins – Vocals
Jon Lawton – Guitars, Bass and Drums
Amy Chalmers – Violin
Helen Maher – Accordion

Written by John Jenkins

Song arranged by John, Amy, Helen and Jon

Produced by Jon Lawton and John Jenkins
Engineered by Jon Lawton and Recorded at Crosstown Studios, Liverpool 2015

Email – littlestarjohn@btinternet.com
Jon Lawton – www.crosstownstudios.co.uk
Amy Chalmers – www.amychalmers.co.uk
Helen Maher – www.helenmaher.com

Lyrics

The Paris Wife
Bad Dreams – Woke me up this morning
Sad dreams – haunt me through the night
I’m so afraid to turn out the light
Sleeping – why’s it so difficult
Moonlight - Shining through the blinds
Should I turn on my bedside light?

Paris – Should have been so wonderful
But she was taken in by lies
Sadness – solitude was her reward
Every night - The Paris Wife
Paris – a never ending love affair
Even though we were so poor
Sadness
Every night – The Paris Wife

Hemingway – didn’t have a lot to say
Should have been faithful to his wife
But it was much late and she gave up that fight

Paris – Should have been so wonderful
Ezra, Scott and their crowd
Drinks flow – Acting so Bohemian
Every Night
Paris – a never ending love affair
Even though we were so poor
Sadness
Every night – The Paris Wife