From the recording There's Time Between the Bridge and the Water
About The Song…
♪ Sometimes you can stay on the merry-go-round way too long. Jim Walsh with the influence of some type of beer, said “sing this hoarsely”, so I did – heck, he bought the beer and the doughnuts! We met Connie at one of our shows at the New Valley Tavern, Plymouth Meeting, PA. Thank you to Brenda McAvoy (no relation) for introducing us to Connie. We love her singing on this.
Connie Rainis: Vocals
Mike McAvoy: Drums
Joe McAvoy: Lead and Rhythm Guitars, Vibrato guitar
Marc Arot: Bass Guitar
Don McAvoy: Vocals and Acoustic Electric Rhythm Guitars
Basic tracks recorded at: The Music Collective, Collegeville, PA - Engineer: Paul Brown
Overdubs recorded at: Red Phone Studios, Norristown, PA - Engineer: Rob Vigg
Mixed at Slugfest Studios, Pottstown, PA by: Joe Mattis, MD (Musical Doctor) and Don McAvoy in consultation with Joe McAvoy, Mike McAvoy, Marc Arot and Jim Walsh
Produced by: Don and Joe McAvoy
Mastered by: Tom Volpicelli, The Mastering House Inc.
©1992, Don McAvoy
Published by McAvoy Music Productions, Inc. (ASCAP)
Administered by The Harry Fox Agency, Inc.
Lyrics printed by permission. All rights reserved
Well, I'm lying here
While you're lying there
It doesn't seem fair
But, now I stare
And, I wonder if you care
Yes, I wonder, I wonder
Are we getting anywhere?
[REPEAT VERSE AND REFRAIN ABOVE]
No, No, No, No, No, It isn’t fair
I wonder - Are we getting anywhere?