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I’d Love Another Saturday Night

Almost done I’ve been waiting since Monday or Tuesday at least For some fun I think I see a little light at the end of the week Whatever happened to the endless summer and all the time in the world Fridays finished we can starting unwinding Saturday morning we’re free Sunday will be sorry to […]

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In Her Veins

The flowers don’t grow unless she says they can The sun won’t rise until she waves her hand Electricity is in her veins And it pulls at me like that When I walk away I walk right back Horses and castles and stories of distant lands Move in her lips and the fingers on her […]

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Annie You Save Me – Song Notes

I discovered this song by UK pop duo Graffiti6 during a random walk through iTunes a few years ago. The original  version of the song is kind of a four-on-the-floor techno dance club track. I loved the energy of the recording and listened to it a lot while driving. I never gave any thought to […]

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I Am The Cosmos – Song Notes

I’ve always liked the quirkiness of the whole Memphis/Big Star/Alex Chilton/Chris Bell world of songs. I came to the party late, long after they all stopped making music together. But I discovered them in my early twenties, which was perfect timing. When we were making the ECHOES record the producer, Paul Mahern, suggested maybe doing a […]

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Northern Lights Seen Over Lewisburg Tennessee

by Jason Wilber Summer vacation, North Ontario An old man telling stories To his young grandson CHORUS The Northern Lights might find a child And carry him away To the shining spiral arms of the milky way Aurora Borealis, Aurora Illinois That’s where my Dad lives Lied the lonely boy Go and tell your Dad […]

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Lazy Afternoon

I love to watch the wind in the locust trees And the way the sun feels so warm on me And on you too, and everyone who has come to sit Out in this lazy afternoon You swear you can smell those flowers bloom I believe you can I smell them too And the grass […]

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