COULD I BE
Music and Lyrics by Meg Radford
Debut: Zimmerli Art Museum, March 25, 2009

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Listen to Could I Be on SoundCloud
Could I Be appears on The Professors' (2013) album, Learning Curve

Recorded, mixed, and digitally mastered at Suite 16 Studios, Piscataway, NJ, July 2010
Produced by Paul Sukovich
Gary Radford - Lead Guitar; Marie Radford - Keyboards;
Meg Radford - Vocals/Guitar; Nick Romanenko - Bass; Joe Sanchez - Trumpet;
Peter VanEmburg - Drums; Jennifer Zahorbenski - Backing Vocals


The Professors 20th Anniversary Show (1995-2015)
The Dreyfuss Theater, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey
December 12, 2015


Performed live at The Stone Pony
Asbury Park, New Jersey
December 4, 2011.



Performed live at the Bottle Hill Pub
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey
December 11, 2009.


Videography by Kevin Wojtaszek.




Lyrics

How many times have you crossed my mind
Since we met, I'm perplexed, and always wasting time
Thinking of what I should say or do
Oh darling, you've got me doggin' you

Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
You run me up a wall
I just can't wait to fall
Doesn't matter what you say
You'll run me up there anyway
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?

Just a simple glance sends me reeling
Doesn't make much sense, but I sure am feeling
Despite the cold hard facts
It seems no matter what, my heart attacks

Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
You run me up a wall
I just can't wait to fall
Doesn't matter what you say
You'll run me up there anyway
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?

Notice me stutter as the insecurities flutter
In the loudest silence I have ever seen
Constantly pulling at the threads in my head
Tragedy bound yet comedy lead

Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
You run me up a wall
I just can't wait to fall
Doesn't matter what you say
You'll run me up there anyway
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?
Could I be your, could I be your, could I be, could I be your baby?




Performed live at the Bottle Hill Pub
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey
December 11, 2009.

Gary Radford - Guitar; Meg Radford - Guitar and Vocals; Nick Romanenko - Bass
Peter VanEmburg - Drums and Vocals; Jennifer Zahorbenski - Backing Vocals

Videography by Kevin Wojtaszek



Copyright 2009 by Meg Radford. All rights reserved

This page last updated January 20, 2016, by Gary Radford.
Many thanks to Kurt Wagner, Marie Radford, and Jon Oliver.