Sunday, April 29, 2012

Mel Waiters - "Got No Curfew"

Mel Waiters is the voice of southern soul today and in the future.  I don't think we've seen all that he can do and I'm looking forward to many, many years of his music.  "Got No Curfew" starts with a girl saying that no man can tell her when to come and go and she was going out!  With that said, Mel sings about going to a club and enjoying time spent with a girl who's out having a good time.  He wants to hang with someone who doesn't have to worry about anyone checking on her every few minutes to see where she is.  It's all about going out and having a good time.

Looking for a woman in here tonight
That don’t have no one
And she can stay out all night
A woman that’s strong
Someone that’s sweet
A woman that controls her own destiny

She don’t have to watch no watch
She don’t have to watch no clock
Got no curfew
She’s already paid her bills, dancing in three-inch heels
Got no curfew

All the women in here that call your shots
And you’re the only one with a key to your lock
You come and go just as you please
You’re in here tonight and in no rush to leave

Nobody is texting you or calling your phone
Asking you where you’re at and what time you’re coming home
And when you turn your lock and open up your door
Nobody’s business who walks on your floor


All the women with no curfew, say yeah
All the women with no curfew, say oh yeah


Got no curfew!!!
Southern Soul Paradise