Paige Powell | Tumble Dry Low

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Tumble Dry Low

by Paige Powell

Every woman knows the connection between shopping and laundry. And women remember this song every time they see the clothing tag, “Machine Wash Cold, Tumble Dry Low”. That little tag was the inspiration for Paige to write this song.
Genre: Easy Listening: Easy Pop
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1. Tumble Dry Low
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Women have come up to Paige, gushing, pointing, laughing and exclaiming that they remembered this song the last time they did laundry, and after hearing the song only once! There really IS a connection to shopping and laundry and this song tells the story of what women think when they shop for clothing and look at the care instructions tag. It’s true that many of us think twice about buying a garment that says “Dry Clean Only” because it adds to the cost of maintaining it. We already spend lots of time, energy and money to maintain all the stuff we already have. Paige was inspired to write this song after sorting a wash, muttering “Tumble Dry Low” for each garment that could go into the dryer. After submitting the song to a Songwriters Association of Washington critique session, Lisa Taylor, a published songwriter, who was the guest artist on that day, suggested that the bridge should have a connection with people, and how we wish they could have “instructions for their care”. So, Paige revised the bridge to say just that. Thanks, Lisa!

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