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Carie Vejvoda
  • Artist: Carie Vejvoda
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884502724295
  • Item #: 157849X
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 8/10/2010
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Price: $7.19
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Carie Vejvoda on CD

After working in the studio for a year, Carie has wrapped up her first EP, with each song telling a story. Carie explains: "The first song, 'Serial Dater', is actually the last song I wrote for the CD. I wanted a song I could play in the clubs and see people dancing to. The title pretty much sums up this song... it's about dating guy after guy, all asking the same dumb questions, each of them putting on an act, trying to impress me. And I am just waiting for someone different to come along. "The second song, 'Weekend Girl', was the first song I ever recorded. It's about breaking up with someone, and the guy says he wants to make it work but he won't put in the effort until he's lonely on the weekend. It's about that awful, unhealthy kind of relationship that is off and on too many times until the girl has finally had enough. "The third song, 'The Best Company', was a fun one for me to write. I wrote it for my friends who asked me to sing at their wedding reception. It's about wanting to spend every moment with the person you love. You don't have to do anything. You just enjoy eachother's company. You look forward to waking up next to them just like you look forward to your morning coffee each day. "The fourth song, 'So Pretty', is my happy song. It's about dating, really getting to know someone and falling for them all before that first kiss. And you just can't wait for that first kiss, and when you finally get it, you fall for them even more. I wrote this when I was just starting to date someone that took so long to kiss me, I wasn't sure if he liked me. But then the way he looked at me gave it away. "The last song is 'No Mr. Charming'. I've had the video for this song in my mind since I sang it in the studio. It's about being in a bar, and no matter what kind of bar you are in, you can just feel how desperate people are to hook up, especially when it's last call. It's about a guy, putting on his charm, and if I turn him down, he'll hit on the girl right next to me. And I'm not falling for it, I'll go home alone, and wake up with no regrets.