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Monday, 18 January 2021

PR Paul Hot Times in the City Promo and Lyrics

 



PR Paul's new single and video "Hot Times In The City" is now available. 

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“Hot Times in the City” is about a young man in NYC who debates the agonizing question of whether to seek revenge on his brother’s murderer and must weigh the effects of his choices on his loved ones and on his life’s trajectory. This song’s narrative eerily reflects the dark global isolation COVID-19 has subjected us all to. May we collectively watch over one another and choose the right path towards light, kindness & love. Hot Times In The City The City sleeps but I am wide awake Trying to find the answers as to why my heart aches Everybody’s getting stoned but I have had enough I’ve been Napoleon all my life and girl I’m not that tough I know this town is sucking me dry And unlike my brother before me I want to get out alive Driving a truck or opening a door Can’t be what my maker had in store When you’re trapped in a union town They make the money good so you stick around You get your book when you reach eighteen And then you shape the hall forever it seems I’m passing tattered mattress on fire escapes Steams rising beneath my feet to heaven’s gate Gotta do one thing before I leave Prove to everyone I’m the man I’m supposed to be I’m walking to meet my baby underneath the bridge I’m gonna take her to a place she’s never been She’ll walk with me where the losers always win CHORUS And it’s hot times in the city tonight All the fans are broken and the people don’t act right You’d better watch your back or you may never see daylight Because it’s hot times in the city tonight Hot times in the city tonight Hot times in the city tonight When I see my girl she’s crying tears of fear Before I say hello she says “Hand it over here.” Then she reaches in and pulls the gun out of my jeans With this piece I should do the right thing It looks so peculiar laying in her hands With it she can kill just like any man Then she grabs my shoulder and looks me straight in the eye Says “I know you loved him but let the past lie.” I’ll never forget that night I heard my brother’s scream I woke up to the sound of police sirens I threw on some pants and I ran down the stairs They were pulling a white sheet over his red hair The city took Bobby’s body away Only the white chalk and red concrete remain A cold reminder not to make a sound Even if you saw what went down My mind snapped back as the wind hit my face My girl said “If you’re a man you’ll take me from this place.” We headed to the train for a cross country run CHORUS And it’s hot times in the city tonight All the fans are broken and the people don’t act right You’d better watch your back or you may never see daylight Because it’s hot times in the city tonight Hot times in the city tonight Hot times in the city tonight Song Produced By: Bill Angarola & Paul Nose Written by: P.R. Paul Drums: Steve Mugalian Saxophone: Andrea Campanella All other instruments played by: Paul Nose & Bill Angarola Video Produced by: Joy Rosenbaum Video Directed by: Zachary Stertz and Joy Rosenbaum Cinematography: Zachary Stertz Video Edited by: Eric Bissell MP3 Cover Photography by: Joy Rosenbaum Special thanks to: Ralph Stevens & Bobby Moresco.

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