Devil in the Deep Blue Sea


Fisherman and the Siren by Lord Frederic Leighton

Devil in the Deep Blue Sea

This is a blues collaboration between The Two Regs (vocals / lyrics) and Norm Harris (percussion) and myself (17 note per octave electric guitar and fretless bass).

We hope you enjoy it.

Devil in the deep Blue Sea

A hush in the Darkness
A silence that’s seen
Be quiet now baby and come to me

A nightmare dream
Where the Darkness Screams
I need to love, oh, woman come to me

I know you’re the Devil in the deep blue sea
I know you’re the Devil come for me
I need you to feed, feed on my scream
Come to me baby let’s feed

The Ocean holds the Darkness
The Darkness holds the key
Unlock my heart babe, oh, woman come to me

I know you’re the Devil
Whose come up from the sea
I’m living in the Darkness, I’m living in the scream

I know you’re the Devil, Come up from the sea
I know you’re the Devil, Whose come to feed on my scream
I’ve seen you in Nightmares
In my Darkest Dreams
But, I need your Love, So, woman come to me

A hush in the Darkness
A silence that’s seen
Be quiet now baby, just, come to me

Is it a Dream

I can feel myself scream

There’s nothing but Darkness

I need your love

I need you to love

I need, I need, I need you

2 Responses to “Devil in the Deep Blue Sea”

  1. Chris,
    It is a nice production.

    I see that you are always busy as composer and contacting the tuning members.

    Perhaps we can do something with the stretched scale I presented recently, actually I did it about two years ago. I suggest you to read my message sent to tuning two days ago. There you have the scale data.
    Mario

  2. admin says:

    Hi Mario,

    I read your post and thought that working in a tuning so close to 12 would in my mind defeat the purpose of making microtonal music. If I want pure intervals I would turn to Just Intonation. Unless you have some compelling reason I’m not aware of these are my thoughts right now.

    Chris

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