Hiding Songs: The Way I Made You Feel by Ed Kuepper

Yes it started when i was cleaning dishes
And the phone rang in the hall
I was drawn to it against my wishes
Ugly memories of the war
I didn’t count on mass destruction
When i saw you
It was the way i made you feel

I hadn’t seen such mass destruction
‘til i saw you
Was the way i made you feel
Well we went to town past the old café
That existed to service the highway
And what they said for all those years
There never were good old days as such

I didn’t count on mass destruction
When i saw you
It was the way i made you feel

I hadn’t seen such mass destruction
‘til i saw you
Was the way i made you feel

So we come back to Australia for Sunday’s 90’s hiding songs with lyrics after yesterday’s post. I do, I think that’s a good or great idea to blog post each and all my fave 90’s tracks! Up next or the second song now I’ve decided to do this is Ed Kuepper’s The Way I Made You Feel. It was the fifth track on his 1991 album entitled Honey Steel’s Gold and was released as single with promo video clip too. My intro to this song was by way of that video played on the Aussie late night TV show Rage back in the day. I always enjoy it too much when seeing Kuepper live and he throw’s it into his setlist and must have seen him played it a few time now and never trier of it.

This early 90’s song was covered by the late great Jimmy Little in the late 90’s on his Messenger album of 1999, it was track number three on that album. I really can’t not included his cover in a blog post all about this track.

Not the first time blogging about Ed and his music but most likely not the last time too,  will try and keep these weekend posts on the shorter side so signing off now. Hope you enjoy it you’ve heard it before or maybe it’s your first time listening to it?

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The single cover for the song!

Cheers 🙂

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