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She Got Even


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"She Got Even"
Music & Lyrics by Scott Cooley.














Copyright © ℗ 2012 by Scott Cooley. All rights reserved.

She Got Even
Album cover drawing by Lenore & Scott Cooley
Song from the album Cherchez La Femme
Position Track # 1
Duration M:SS
Released June 21st, YYYY
Label Scott Cooley Records
Format CD, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Genre Americana, acoustic garage rock,
Studio Scott Cooley Music Productions
Producer Scott Cooley
Songwriter words and music by Scott Richard Cooley
Publisher Scott Richard Cooley Music Publishing, ASCAP
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, drums, percussion
Track Chronology
"Hot Sauce"

(#7)
"She Got Even"

(#8)
"Please Louise"


(#9)
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"She Got Even"


Song by Scott Cooley from the album Cherchez La Femme
Position #8
Released 2012
Recorded Scott Cooley Music Productions studio, East Lansing, Michigan
Genre alternative acoustic, Americana, country
Length 3:03
Label Scott Cooley Records
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, percussion, slide guitar, cowbell
Publisher Scott Cooley Music Publishing
Producer Scott Cooley
Format Compact Disc, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Writer words/music by Scott Richard Cooley
Chronology

"Hot Sauce" "She Got Even" "Please Louise"
(#7) (#8) (#9)

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Believe it or not, this is based on a true story that actually happened to me.  It's one of those memories that keeps getting more funny the older I get, but at the time was painful in more ways than one.  To my knowledge, this is the only song I know of that is about such a subject, although I wouldn't be surprised if there's some comedy/novelty song out there by someone like Weird Al Yankovic that is as well.  In polite society this wouldn't be an appropriate topic, but I'm not as refined as a John Denver or James Taylor, so take it or leave it (bad word choice I now realize).  Perhaps you could take comfort it's not as nasty as a lot of stuff you hear on rap radio these days in comparison.  I thought this had a country-ish feel to it, but one reviewer thought it had a Caribbean vibe, so go figure.  Also of note, this is the first SC recording to feature the instrument people just can't seem to get enough of - the cowbell.