I'm That Way

by Beth McKee

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I'm That Way 03:28
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Last Train to Memphis written by Bobby Charles Take the last train to Memphis Ride the Tennessee Eagle That lonesome whistle in the night Echoes off the river Last train to Memphis Get on the southbound Eagle The King is gone but he still lives on Deep in the heart of the people Take the last train to Memphis We gonna have a real good time Memphis sits on top of the river Right on the Arkansas line Take the last train to Memphis Put on your dancin' shoes They got a lot of good music in Memphis That's why she's the home of the blues Ride the Eagle Get on board Ride the Eagle all night long Next stop Graceland's door Ride the Eagle Get on board Cross the Arkansas border by midnight Next stop Graceland's door Last train to Memphis You oughta take that ride Feel somethin' new that you never knew Existed in you deep inside Believe me when I say when you walk away The tears 'll fill your eyes You can bet you'll never forget It'll stay with you the rest of your life. Take the last train to Memphis Ride the Tennessee Eagle The King is gone but he still lives on Deep in the heart of the people Ride the Eagle Get on board Ride the Eagle all night long Next stop Graceland's door Ride the Eagle Get on board Cross the Arkansas border by midnight Next stop Graceland's door Ride the Eagle Get on board Ride the Eagle Get on board Last train to Memphis Last train to Memphis Last train to Memphis Last train to Memphis
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“Standouts from the Bobby Charles legacy are here, charged with vigor from Ms. McKee’s vocal chops and set ablaze with horns from her band. She succeeds in sidestepping the usual question that accompanies remakes and covers, which is, “What’s the point?” Here, the point is to connect with the spirit of the songwriter and to celebrate the New Orleans, Louisiana, heritage that informs the music.” — Quentin B. Huff (PopMatters)

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released January 1, 2010

Produced by Beth McKee and Juan Perez, Mixed by Anthony Battaglia, Mastered by Sonic Ranch

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Beth McKee Orlando, Florida

Beth McKee is the gestalt of all the places she’s settled. From her native Mississippi to her immersion in the scenes of Austin, New Orleans, North Carolina, and now Orlando – all their musical terroir is in her sound. You’ll recognize the hues if you really wanna parse it, but if you just listen, you’ll hear a sound that is quintessentially Southern, tapped from the roots and rolls like honey. ... more

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