Dopamine: My Life On My Back

by Jesse Boykins III

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Dopamine: My Life On My Back is what I would call Love therapy treatment. Different Levels of emotions broken down into 6-7 songs, kind of a mini story dealing with past, present, and future relationships. Its Crazy because all the inspiration for it, is from one thing.. And I can say its all the effect of Dopamine

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released February 14, 2008

J. Boykins III - Keys & Drum Program
J. Most - Guitar & Bass
Earl Travis- Bass
Jamire Williams- Drums
Marion Ross III - Trumpet, Keys, Beatbox
Anthony Coleman II - Trumpet
Justin Brown- Drums
Warren Fields - Keys
Steve Wyreman - Guitar

*Special Thanks to Dangerous Love

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Track Name: Tabloids
Baby I would like to hold your hand, Take you to the floor for this last dance, I would like to move to the rhythms you groove to, it doesn't really matter who sees, close your eyes just picture you and me, forget the haters they can hate us, I dont care whats said...

Forget the news, the paper, the tabloids, the classifieds, entertainment, the androids, lets freak this dance romance on the floor, cuz I dont care whats said in the Tabloids, Tabloids..

Its in the air, I can see the glares, the gossips brewing but Im well prepared, all the noise don't bother me, I'm right where I wanna be, I just wanna move girl 4x

Forget the news, the paper, the tabloids, the classifieds, entertainment, the androids, lets freak this dance romance on the floor, cuz I dont care whats said in the Tabloids, Tabloids..