Help finding a Captain Morgan Song?

I heard this one song on the radio not too long ago, and I've been trying to find it ever since, to no avail. It's a pretty mellow song, and pretty slow paced with a male singer kind of like from Fastball.

Here are some of the lyrics as I remember them:

"Oh Mr. Morgan I do remember when we were first introduce. 20 minutes later I was pretty damn juiced."

"Now my heart is on my sleeve, and my shirt is on the floor. I'll take my chance for one more dance and give my regards to Miisstterrr Morgan".

And somewhere in the chorus he says: "Oh Mr. Morgan, you're the captain for me!"

Does anyone know who plays this song, what it's called, or where I can find it?!

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  • steve
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    9 years ago
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    The song is "Mr Morgan" from Jim Glasgow's album "Letters to Mercedes" (September, 2007)

    http://www.blastmymusic.com/jimglasgow -- Purchase the song (and album) here

    http://www.purevolume.com/jimglasgow

    It sounds live, then again he harmonizes with himself. There's apparently a live 2009 version (from "Disillusionment. Live."), but I can't find an audio clip -- http://www.facebook.com/discography/album.php?aid=...

    A mellow, slow paced song? Jim Glasgow's version is pretty quick. I'd say the version you heard might be a cover, or perhaps his live version.

    Here are the lyrics.....

    Mr. Morgan, I remember when we were first introduced…twenty minutes later I was pretty damn juiced and I’ve gotten used to facing more proof than I would choose. And you’re always there with the evidence, always helping me drink in reverence for those lost at sea…Oh, Mr. Morgan, you’re the captain for me.

    And she just walked in through the door

    (Come on and hit me again!)

    So sail me farther from the shore

    (Come on…) while my

    Heart is on my sleeve

    And my shirt is on the floor

    I’ll steal one kiss or four or ten

    Give my regards to Mr. Morgan

    Mr. Morgan, you’ve helped me meet more girls than I can recall. No, really, the memories stop at the bathroom stall. Names and numbers blend with faces and diseases, swirling all together like one of these Bay Breezes. And you’re always there with the evidence, always helping me drink in reverence for those lost at sea…Oh, Mr. Morgan, you’re the captain for me.

    And she just walked in through the door

    (Come on and hit me again!)

    So sail me farther from the shore

    (Come on…) while my

    Heart is on my sleeve

    And my shirt is on the floor

    I’ll steal one kiss or four or ten

    Give my regards to Mr. Morgan

    Oh Mr. Morgan, it was you and me and the cop makes three in the parking lot behind the bar. We made clever conversation leading to a year’s probation but…I’ve still got a couple bottles in the car, it’s not far and your hazy semblance is always here with the evidence, With another swig, it’s so evident…I am lost at sea…Oh Mr. Morgan, you’re the captain for me.

    And she just walked out through the door

    (Come on and hit me again!)

    So sail me farther from the shore

    (Come on…) and my

    Heart stays on my sleeve

    As I’m passed out on the floor

    Alone with retrospect and a bottle but the bottle still holds more

    Give my regards to Mr. Morgan.

    ----------------------

    Jim Glasgow says he is an unsigned musician (aka R.M. McStagger), but the song doesn't appear on his myspace page.

    But here's a picture -- http://www.myspace.com/glasgowjim/photos/7926875

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