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Be careful not to get bitten...

written by: Ashley Norton, Johnny Garcia, Edward Williams
produced by: Whitherward
engineered by: Edward Williams
assistant engineer: Max Masano
mastered by: Kedron Porter
performances by:
Ashley Norton - vocals, acoustic guitar
Edward Williams - vocals, electric guitar
Patrick Hershey - acoustic upright bass, acoustic guitar
Stephanie Groot - vocals, acoustic violin
Tony King - drum set

Isn't is something strange
I can feel the change
Red wine won't do
I'm hungry for you
And if I lose all control
I might just swallow you whole

I wanna take a bite
Howl at the moon
Just give me the night
And I'll give into you
Give me someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into

I don't want to fall in love
But I want to make you look
Deep into my eyes
Hypnotized
Before the rise of the sun
You'll be waiting for me to come

I wanna take a bite
Howl at the moon
Just give me the night
And I'll give into you
Give me someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into

It's such an easy target
I know how to make you mine
My dear we know you tried
But don't deny me love
You cannot hide

I wanna take a bite
Howl at the moon
Just give me the night
And I'll give into you
Give me someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into
Someone to sink my teeth into
Song Comments

Over The Moon
Sultry voice and intriguing lyrics - a great combination.


Itso's Earworms
This song, from Whitherward's new album "The Anchor", is not even among my favorite songs from the album, and it's still very good - that's how good the album is. :D Actually, come to think of it, the only thing I don't like about this song is the sluggish tempo (though I understand why Ed and Ashley chose it); everything else is good - the melodies, the vocals, the instrumentation... I'll be waiting and hoping for their next uploads from "The Anchor", and hopefully some more great songs from their older EPs too ;)


Groovy and 60's Style
Ashley, Ashley! Edward, Edward! I saw your video of TEETH when it came out and totally forgot it was on your IMP artist page; yikes! This is another one of your incredible songs from your new album "The Anchor." I just read the spotlight interview with Scott that the two of you did and learned a lot. Now I won't have to ask you all the same questions when you come to Omaha in just 5 weeks. Now we can pick some topics we can sink our TEETH into! 5 weeks from right now I'll see and hear you at the Harney Street Tavern and meet you at your hotel gig the night before. I need to figure out the digital camera that someone gave my wife a couple years ago. Remember that I said that my dad was a dentist? As a result, I an also a TEETH man and have been sinking my bicuspids, incisors, and canines into all 5 of your albums this week. Expect me to be singing along with you (well, from my place offstage, that is, lol)! I read that you and Ed like that!!! By the way Ash, since your gig ends at midnight, I'd really like to hear you howl at the Omaha moon right afterwards. THAT would be BETTER than the total eclipse!!!


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