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But I think that's the challenge of a songwriter, is to lonly out of your own way, because that vernacular, "We ain't done nothing wrong. And he said, "What about if we give it to Patty?
Tell me how'd you sleep last night You're still smiling So we must've done something right Don't feel guilty Because you turned to me last night We ain't done nothin' wrong We've just been lonely too long No, we ain't done nothin' wrong We've just been lonely too long It's only natural When you've been too long in the dark To look for comfort And to warm yourself by the fire We're just afraid That we might get our fingers burned Related.
Llnely know, Alabama patgy our pitch. SV: Not in the beginning.
About the series In partnership with Nashville Songwriters Association International, the "Story Behind the Song" video interview series features Nashville-connected songwriters discussing one of their compositions. BH: Take us back to the writing of that song.
I feel like if somebody comes and changes the atmosphere in the room, then they deserve an equal share of the song. You're still smiling.
SV: Absolutely. And we pitched it to him for Alabama.
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Emory Gordy was producing Alabama at the time. We've just been lonely too long. And thank goodness Nashville is not so much like that as other areas in pop music. SV: I think real life inspires everything, whether it's mine or someone else's. So, I think one has to recognize the contribution. lojely
Lonely too long
She and co-writer Bill Rice also broke with music business convention, offering a songwriting credit to Mike Lawler for his crucial work on the demo recording. BH: What do we not know about this song? BH: To me, the hardest song to write is a straight-forward, simple, uncomplicated love song that makes me feel something. The self-described "grammar freak" got a kick out of lovrless the phrase "ain't done nothing" in the song's hook. The demo of lonelj song is such, such an integral part of the song that he's one of our writers.
I made a mistake, you know, in my own head, but it just felt so good. And this song says, "We ain't done nothing wrong.
You can't improve upon a genuine emotion. Not until it was almost No.
People are always so skittish about who wrote what and what percentage they get. BH: Well, if I remember this correctly, because '96, I think the song came out. BH: Was it inspired by something real-life? And sometimes you write against your own principles.
So, we must have done something right. Sharon Vaughn talks to Bart Herbison about songwriting. The first line of the song says, "Well, loenly morning.
SV: It was controversial. SV: Well, I am a grammar freak, and I always like to use proper grammar.
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And she has an innocence about her. I don't care what it is. BH: I think some loveles stations didn't even play the song.
Tell me, how'd you sleep last night? If it doesn't, then it's fraudulent.