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David Noël & Zefora - Nomads in Maine

Zefora on April 22, 2012 01:36

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    I asked David if I could write some vocals to one of his songs and he very nicely said yes. This came to me last night on my walk home from work, and is inspired by a trip I took to the East Coast when I was 13, as well as the artists that, as a result of that trip, subsequently shaped my writing: Suzanne Vega, Jonatha Brooke, and the Indigo Girls. Thanks for taking the time to listen. :)

    Original guitar part written and recorded by David Noël (Monday/Tuesday Moment by David Noël)

    Photo by Bill: http://www.fallroadarcher.com/2011_07_01_archive.html

    ~Lyrics~

    Coming by rain
    Kissed by shale and morning
    Nomads in Maine
    Safe in the automation of a quiet sleeping train

    And if you see me standing still
    Bring the water, take the foxglove by my side
    And if you're floating on that hill
    I'll be with you when there is no place to hide

    Counting down shades of blue
    Just to pass time
    Soft summer trails of you
    Like the clockwork
    When the birch tree finds its rhyme

    And if you see me standing still
    Bring the water, take the foxglove by my side
    And if you're floating on that hill
    I'll be with you when there is no place to hide

    "David Noël & Zefora - Nomads in Maine" by Zefora is licensed under a Creative Commons License

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