Deborah Lombardi | Sweet Revenge

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Sweet Revenge

by Deborah Lombardi

Genre: Country: Americana
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1. The Conveyor Belt
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2. I Found You
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4:23 $0.99
3. Ghost Of You
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3:42 $0.99
4. Sweet Revenge
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5. A Taken Man
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6. Cure For Tears
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5:12 $0.99
7. If You Only Knew
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8. Something About A Man
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9. Let You Go
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10. Union Station
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The title track of "Sweet Revenge" is a humorous look at love gone wrong, as the main character imagines that the beautiful girl who stole her boyfriend will one day soon find her looks fading ("One day she's gonna look like her mom/with her saggy bag eyes and her really big butt/Once she has some kids the bad genes will kick in"). While many of the songs on the CD touch on subjects relating to love and relationships, one of the most upbeat, toe-tapping type of songs is "The Conveyor Belt", which ironically is about the inevitability of death. Many songs on Sweet Revenge feature her signature country-americana style, but Deborah manages to throw in a variety of genres to keep the listener interested, as heard in the latin-jazz "Cure For Tears", pop power ballads "Let You Go" and "Ghost Of You", and straight up rockers like "If You Only Knew" and "Something About A Man".


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