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CALVIN LORON'S 'MYSTERY GIRL'


Introducing Calvin Loron:


Mystery Girl


A first-name basis is what I wanna start with you

And that body (goodness gracious)

Is a work of art through and through

You're the definition of a beauty queen

You steal the show when you enter the scene

Mystery Girl, girl, girl


It was a summer day in July

When a bombshell beauty caught my eye

She could've been a world wonder

The lightning to my thunder

And I just thought to myself


A first-name basis is what I wanna start with you

And that body (goodness gracious)

Is a work of art through and through

You're the definition of a beauty queen

You steal the show when you enter the scene

Mystery Girl, girl, girl


When I looked into those pretty brown eyes

A glamorous charm, a wonderful alarm intensified

'Cause you're incredibly rare

No one else compares

And I just thought to myself


A first-name basis is what I wanna start with you

And that body (goodness gracious)

Is a work of art through and through

You're the definition of a beauty queen

You steal the show when you enter the scene

Mystery Girl, girl, girl


Ooh yeah mhmm

Mystery Girl mhmm

I wanna know your name

Mystery girl, girl, girl


A first-name basis is what I wanna start with you

And that body (goodness gracious)

Is a work of art through and through

You're the definition of a beauty queen

You steal the show when you enter the scene

Mystery Girl, girl, girl

Mystery, oh yeah

Mystery girl, girl, girl


What are your favorite lyrics from your latest single?


My favorite lyrics from my latest singe, Mystery Girl: "You're the definition of a beauty queen. You steal the show when you enter the scene. Mystery girl, girl, girl."


What kind of pull did you feel about making the single?


The pull I felt when making Mystery Girl was a desire for something catchy. I wanted to make a song that people would listen to while riding around. A summer song if you will. Lawton's very own, Fyu-Chur, helped bring that idea to life.


Are all your writing sessions collaborative or do you go off on your own? Do you have a preference?


Most of my writing sessions are a mixture of collaborative and solo. I begin the process on my own by coming up with the melody and lyrics I have in mind. I then take these ideas to a producer or musician and build music around them. I prefer to do a bit of both collaborating and solo work. Combining both seems to create the best songs.


Do you ever compare the work you bring to the table?


Sometimes I compare the work I bring to the table during songwriting sessions. I like to put in my best effort so the song can be at its best potential. Slacking and letting others do the most work is a letdown to everyone involved.


What is standard practice when it comes to if the song is really finished?


The standard practice I attempt to know when a song is finished is allowing pre-release streams. I'll let certain people listen to the song and give their opinion on its potential. I also reach out to those who have produced my songs and asked them to get their colleagues to listen too. If a song has a lot of positive feedback it's then released.


What was the goal for making the latest track?


My goal in making Mystery Girl was to give the audience something fun and catchy. I wanted to make a song that could get stuck in people's heads and possibly go viral.


Challenges to the new music that no one would know about?


A challenge that I experienced when writing Mystery Girl that no one would know about was writer's block. I had trouble coming up with anything and then it all came to me the day before I went to record.


Favorite memory in the making of this music?


My favorite memory of making Mystery Girl was the process of building music around the lyrics and recording the vocals. Being in the studio is always a great experience.


Is there anything off the table when it comes to bringing yourselves into your music?


The only thing off the table when bringing myself into my music is writing x-rated music. As an easygoing, quiet-natured guy, I like my music to reflect that. Music that can be listened to by everyone.


Leave us on a high note! And share some good news!


To leave on a high note I have good news. Over the past three months or so I formed a band with some very talented musicians. The name of our group is Calvin Loron Band and we have shows booked locally in Tulsa, OK, and in surrounding states. Stay tuned!

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