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NightCruise - SwingFolk with Raine Carosin

Raine Carosin on September 24, 2011 22:54

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    A WHODUNNIT SONG... Found David Bingley, or he found me, and really enjoyed the originalty of SWING, so wanted to do something in words and vocals... Here's how our collab sounds:

    one two three four
    it was the third of july
    birds could sing and pigs could fly
    no one knew where she went
    but when they opened her purse
    all her money was spent
    it was the third of july
    and know one knew why

    can you tell me why
    can you tell me who
    can you show me why
    can you show me who
    it was the third of july
    and no one knew

    found her bag
    found her shoe
    found her keys
    found no clue
    the birds sang
    and the pigs flew

    have you found her
    have you looked there
    have you seen her
    have you looked everywhere
    down in the well
    up in the stair

    Johnny smiled
    all the while
    Keeping his secret
    in his smile
    He knew something
    They all knew
    But they couldn't make him
    Tell on you
    It was the third of July
    and no one had a clue

    can you tell me why
    can you tell me who
    can you show me why
    can you show me who

    it was the third of july
    and no one knew

    "NightCruise - SwingFolk with Raine Carosin" by Raine Carosin is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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