NOT SO BROWN EYED BOY
Music and Lyrics by Meg Radford
Debut: The Log Cabin, May 1, 2009.

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Listen to Not-So-Brown Eyed Boy on SoundCloud
Not-So-Brown Eyed Boy appears on The Professors' (2013) album, Learning Curve

Recorded, mixed, and digitally mastered at Suite 16 Studios, Piscataway, NJ, May 2013
Produced by Paul Sukovich
Gary Radford - Guitar; Meg Radford - Vocals; Nick Romanenko - Bass;
Joe Sanchez - Horn; 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 Bottle Hill Pub
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey
December 11, 2009.

Videography by Kevin Wojtaszek



Where have you been? Oh now. Where did you go? Somehow.
I'm falling with every step I take, hoping this hasn't been a waking dream
Come find me and sing me to sleep
It's impossible to sit still here when a fucking week feels like a fucking year

Oh my not-so-brown-eyed boy
Winding me up like a child's toy (and here I am)
Wandering around, not knowing up from down
I can't stand watching the sand slipping but it's bringing me closer to you

Could I be where you are? Oh now. Maybe make a new start? Somehow.
How crazy do I sound reaching so high when I am bound
To be . . ohh an impossibility
I see the moon in what we have, looking at it makes me so glad to have my

Oh my not-so-brown-eyed boy
Winding me up like a child's toy (and here I am)
Wandering around, not knowing up from down
I can't stand watching the sand slipping but it's bringing me closer to you

Well, I guess the message here
Might as well make it clear
You have my full attention
If only you were in my dimension

Oh my not-so-brown-eyed boy
Winding me up like a child's toy (and here I am)
Wandering around, not knowing up from down
I can't stand watching the sand slipping but it's bringing me closer to you
Yeah, it's bringing me closer to you



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.