When I Fell in Love with You
ABOUT MY SONGS: HONEY BEE: I wrote this in a Chuck Berry style. It is about a guy who falls head over heals in love with a cute girl whose loving is out of sight. RED NAIL POLISH: This is the actual story of how I met my wife. This song tells the story of what happened. THERE IS A LOVE: Once is a while a love comes along that a few lucky couples experience. I call it meeting your soul mate. Once you have this true love, nothing else will do. BACK ROAD BLUES: I wrote this song as a showcase for my voice-prism. Yes, that is I singing the entire group, Ronnie Bee and the Honey Tones, a virtual female choir. NIGHT WIND: My company transferred me from Atlanta to Dayton, Ohio way back, and I had to live in a motel four months while my wife stayed behind to sell our house. My wife would fly up to see me from Atlanta on weekends. I would take her to the Dayton Airport to catch a 11:45 PM midnight special back home. After kissing her goodbye one night, I watched her plane pulled out of a ramp, and a light shone on the nose of the big jet. I saw someone had painted the name Night-Wind across it's nose. I watched it fly over the trees until it was out of sight as she left. AS FAR AS I CAN SEE: This is a lover's deep feelings, while reminiscing about a lost love. CATCH THE WIND: Here is a very serious lover, trying to have a relationship with a player. It makes the serious one feel like they are trying to catch the wind. MAKIN IT: A little sweet revenge story WHEN I FELL IN LOVE WITH YOU: A song that describes a love with a soul mate that is so deep, it is almost a religious experience. WHISTLING IN THE RAIN: Here is a ghost story, about two ancient ghost lovers lost in a surreal life. BABY WHAT WE HAD WAS BEAUTIFUL: A married man is reminiscing about an affair. Although hurt by the parting, he has no regrets. OLYMPIC FLAME: This is about a person who falls for another who has a heart of stone. All music on the 'WHEN I FELL IN LOVE WITH YOU' album was written, composed, produced by Ronald L Boring,(BMI), on a Dell-PC, utilizing music software and virtual instruments. Is that Hammond B-3 really a vintage B-3? No, all my musicians are virtual, even the backup singers. Some folks do not believe me when I tell them this. However, any music studio owner or music producer would recognize it in a second. That doesn't mean the computer performed all the music though. I sang the vocals, and the backup tracks using a 'TC-Helicon Voice Prism' programmed with my music software. In addition, I played the B-3 solos, the Piano leads, the guitar rifts, strings, and most other major parts. The computer just helped with the rhythm backups. I have always loved music; I grew up Atlanta, GA. in the fifties, so I was in on the start of the Elvis rock-n-roll era. I played Trombone in the high school band, and learned to play guitar, bass guitar, and keyboards later. I played for a short time in a small band, and then played bass in church for about seven years. I am a Computer Tech by trade, and taught myself to program music software and configure my home studio for the music, which you hear on my 'When I Fell in Love with You', album. My Primary goal is song writing. I am willing to negotiate a deal on publishing any of my songs, with any artist, or publisher who may be interested. I have over 30 songs registered with the US Copyright Office, and BMI. Check out my link to my SoundClick page, to hear the rest of my unreleased songs. Thanks to today's electronic marvels, independent musicians are able to be much more prolific, and are able to let the world hear their music via web sites that allow uploading of music files. CD BABY is the place to be to promote and sell your music; it is the real deal, and the best I have found, BAR NONE. Ronnie Bee.