Jersey Giant Lyrics

Jersey Giant Lyrics
Jersey Giant Lyrics

“Jersey Giant” by Elle King is a captivating anthem that encapsulates the essence of resilience and empowerment. With her distinctive raspy vocals and raw lyricism, King delivers a powerhouse performance that draws listeners into a world of gritty determination and unyielding spirit. The song, featured on her album “Shake the Spirit,” combines elements of rock, blues, and country, creating a dynamic sonic landscape that mirrors the emotional depth of its lyrics. As King sings of overcoming obstacles and embracing individuality, “Jersey Giant” emerges as not just a song, but a testament to the strength found in embracing one’s true self amidst life’s challenges.

Jersey Giant Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I remember all them summers
Playing ’til my fingers bled
You’d sing the songs and I’d sing with ya
We’d get drunk and go to bed
Looking back at all them memories
Lord, I hate to sleep alone
But if you ever get the notion
That you need me, let me know

[Chorus]
‘Cause it’s just two hours to get there, babe
I can make it back about an hour or so
Hold you close against my skin
I need a little warmth on a night so cold
Singing the songs you used to sing
The one about the lady in the long, black veil
Should’ve seen warnings signs
But I loved to hear you wail
High and lonesomе, hard and strong
Even if it was a little out of tune
Hottеr than socks on a Jersey Giant
Lord, I thought you hung the moon

[Post-Chorus]
Lord, I thought you hung the moon

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[Verse 2]
I remember all them winters
Drinking Woodford ’til we drowned
We’d get wind about a party
Bundle up and go to town
Never worry ’bout the police
Never worried much at all
I miss those nights of reckless glory
And I’d come back if you’d just call

[Chorus]
‘Cause it’s just two hours to get there, babe
I can make it back about an hour or so
Hold you close against my skin
I need a little warmth on a night so cold
Singing the songs you used to sing
The one about the lady in the long, black veil
Should’ve seen warnings signs
But I loved to hear you wail
High and lonesome, hard and strong
Even if it was a little out of tune
Hotter than socks on a Jersey Giant
Lord, I thought you hung the moon

[Bridge]
I left town when we were over
‘Cause it didn’t feel the same
Every backroad had a memory
And every memory held your name

[Chorus]
‘Cause it’s just two hours to get there, babe
I can make it back about an hour or so
Hold you close against my skin
Need a little warmth on a night so cold
Singing the songs you used to sing
The one about the lady in the long, black veil
Should’ve seen warnings signs
Lord, I loved to hear you wail
High and lonesome, hard and strong
Even if it was a little out of tune
Hotter than socks on a Jersey Giant
Lord, I thought you hung the moon

[Outro]
Lord, I thought you hung the moon

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