Einstein's Girl

by Gia Mora

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Hit songs from the critically acclaimed stage show featuring originals and reimagined favorites.

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released September 20, 2013

VOCALS Gia Mora
PIANO, GUITAR, VIBES Charlie Barnett
BASS Pete Ostle
DRUMS Tommy Barrick

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Brad Brown & Gia Mora
ARRANGEMENTS Charlie Barnett & Gia Mora

PRODUCED BY Charlie Barnett

RECORDED AND MIXED BY Ken Schubert at Cue Recording
MASTERED BY Bill Wolf and Greg Luken
COVER DESIGN BY DesignCordero
COVER PHOTO BY Jamie Sides at Big House Digital

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Modern Songbook Records Bethesda, Maryland

Modern Songbook Records is a boutique record label specializing in Music to Dress Up For.

The label represents three fantastic artists:
Chaise Lounge - www.ChaiseLoungeNation.com
Gia Mora - www.GiaMora.com
Charlie Barnett - www.CharlieBarnett.com
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Track Name: E=mc²
Alone late at night
I ponder the light
That shines in the sky up above

But during the day
Just one star has its sway
And I find myself thinking of love

There are three hundred sextillion stars in the universe
But only one sun I see
I’m drawn to your warmth gravitationally

But of three hundred sextillion stars in the universe
Is there just one love for me
Tell me, what’s the solution to this equation?

I had a dream late last night about Albert Einstein
With his crazy hair and his untied oxford shoes
I said, “Oh, Mr. Einstein,
“Got a question giving me the blues: Tell me, what is love?”

He said, “Well, my girl, I know a lot about physics.
“And I’ve studied me a little bit of chemistry, too.
“But nothing in mathematics
“can explain love’s boogie woogie for two.”

“I’ve learned that E=MC².
“And when you’re in love, it feels like falling
“faster than the speed of light.
“In matters of a pair
“it’s best to stay hip to the square
“when you find a love that’s burning bright.”

Then said, “My dear, can you tell me, which was was I
“walking? I never know quite where I am.
“I get so caught up in my other worldly thoughts,
“I never know just where I’m going!”
I said, “Gee, Professor E,
“how can I tell you when the world never stops?
“Spinning, that is...”

Then I work up. Still don’t know much about physics.
But I know one thing--there is chemistry between me and you.
Professor Einstein was correct:
You can’t explain the boogie woogie, that’s true.

Just remember E=MC²
When you’re in love, it feels like falling
Faster than the speed of light
So in matters of the heart
Ignore the science from the start
When you find a love that’s burning bright

Because E=MC²
And when you’re in love, it feels like falling
Faster than the speed of light
In matters of the heart
Ignore the science from the start
When you find a love that’s burning bright
When you find a love that’s burning bright
When you find a love that’s burning bright