One Kiss

from by Levi Strom



Wrote this song for acoustic guitar, but once I got to the studio I really wanted to try and record it in a new style. With the aid of a Roland Juno synth and a bad ass group of musicians backing me up, we layer down the basic tracks live and then I overdubbed the vocals, keyboards and violin, thanks Laurie and Tracy.


(Verse 1)
Just one kiss stains my lips, and our love grows, like a rose all over me. Breaking bread and drinking wine, will I give it all up or will I fill my cup? Mmmm Mmmmm
All this time, he was I know, just letting go, so just let him go. Ewwwww

And for reason I can't explain. There's a gun pressed against my brain and I can't out. From your foolish love, has murdered love again.

(Verse 2)
Now that you know, what your not suppose to know. Will you run away, or will come out and play. Mmm Mmm


Fallin' down to lovin' ground. Gunna sing my song before I'm gone Ewwwwwww

And for reasons I can't explain. There's a bullet inside my brain, and I can't get out. From your cruel love, suicidal love again.



from The Lone Wolf, released September 9, 2011
Levi Strom, Rhythm Electric Guitar, Vocals, Juno; Evan apRoberts, Electric 12 String Guitar; Trevor Beld-Jiminez, Drums; Jim Reynolds, Bass; Andrew MacIver, Keyboards; Laurie Kost, Violin; Tracy Chesebrough, Cello.




Levi Strom Big Sur, California

Oregon native Levi Strom has coined the term, “surf country”, to describe his blend of American roots music and West Coast surf culture. It’s also the title of his new record due out this summer on Vow Records. A mash of driving acoustic guitar, lush back up harmonies, and Levi's slightly off-key, heartfelt vocals make "Surf Country" a must download for summer 2013. ... more

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