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You Can't Run

by The Undisputed Truth

Urban R&B Motown groove with a socially-conscious message infused with clever additions of rock, funk and jazz.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Motown
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The Motown group that brought you the hit song from the 70s "Smiling Faces Sometimes" returns after nearly 50 years with new members and a daring new single entitled "You Can't Run" from their upcoming Album - "Truth." The song takes listeners on a suspenseful musical journey from start to finish featuring some of Detroit's finest musicians including Motown Guitarist - Dennis Coffey; Bassist - Ralphe Armstrong; Drummer - Gayelynn McKinney; and many more. Joe "Pep" Harris delivers powerful lead vocals that are timeless while the soulful vocals of BJ Evans, Dazee Love, and Jaki G solidify this socially-conscious message. "You Can't Run" will leave listeners on the edge of their seats as clever musical arrangements continually unfold. YCR is irresistible, relevant, and incredibly entertaining with a timely message for young and old.

Whatcha running from?
What's the sense in runnin'?
You can't get away
Go back to bed, pull the covers over your head
That will make your problems go away
Tell me, why why why ,do you try try try
To hide in a bottle?
Since when has drinkin' helped your thinkin'?
Think about it

You can't run from yourself
It's an impossibility
You can't run from yourself
Face up to reality

Do you not like who you are?
Did I hear you say you wish you were a star?
Well, stars have problems too
The same as me and you
So climb into your smoke
Ha, ha, that's a joke
cause when that air clears
Your problems will still be there

You can't run from yourself
It's an impossibility
You can't run from yourself
Face up to reality

This is your life and time
Why must you be blind?
Stop takin' on losin' prescribed pills
They can't kill your ills
One pill takes you up
And The other pill brings you down, (all the way down)
Don't you think it's time, my friend( don't you think its time my friend)
To get off that merry-go-round? (Wooo)
So remember

You can't run from yourself
It's an impossibility
You can't run from yourself
Face up to reality
You can't run from yourself
You can't run,
you can't hide
You can't run
You can't run from yourself
Whoa, whoa whoa..

Writer: Norman Whitfield
Producer: Joe Pep Harris
Co-Producer: Michael Nash
Co-Producer/Sound Engineer: Rufus Harris
Lead vocals:Joe Pep Harris
Additional vocals: BJ Evans, Dazee Love, and Jaki G
Instrumentation: Baritone saxophone - Alex Harding; Trombone - Vincent Chandler; Tenor saxophone - Marcus Elliot; Trumpet - John Douglas; Drums, Gayelynn McKinney, Leonard King; Bass - Ralphe Armstrong; Guitar, Dennis Coffey and Torence Carey; Piano - Michael Nash and Michael Mindingall; Harmonica - T. Pablo; Spoons - Bishua Israel.

Photo: Monica Morgan. Cover Design: Denise Strong-Harris, Dazee Love, Rufus Harris
Background Paisley Design Credit: ID 108474689 © Brighton |



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