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Mama won’t you, write me a letter?
Stick it in the US Mail
And mama I do, hope you feel better.
For you, I will not fail.
I may not always be there when you need me, but don’t be scared
You may not always be there when I need you, but have no fear.
And mama I know that you’ve done things, in which you are not proud.
But mama me, if only me, would know the things that’d you’d go through, to wow a crowd.
Cause when I was a little girl, you’d dress me like Bardot, and the hallway’d become a catwalk, and you’d watch me go to the show.
You’d say “all the little girls are pretty, but you’re pretty like fresh flowers”.
I was a super hero, mama, with super powers.
I may not always be there when you need me, but don’t be scared.
You may not always be there when I need you, but have no fear, I’m right here, in your ear.
I will be leaving soon, oh yes all of you, so take care of each other out there.
For I will always be, in your heart you see, I’m right here: put your hand over your chest, oh and always do your best.
Come Lola, come Clementine, come Zuzu.
Come Loretta, come Sierra, come Blue.
Come Honey, come children, come kids.
Oh the whole world is out dancing in the street.
Kick off your shoes child, feel the cold and wet concrete.
In the Autumn of 2014, Kevin Morby moved to the small Los Angeles neighborhood of Mount Washington. Previous tenants at his
new home happened to leave an upright piano behind, and Kevin, a beginner at the piano, immediately sat at the new instrument and began composing the songs that would form 'Singing Saw', his first album for new label Dead Oceans....more
This album means a lot to me. It has been a comfort for me since the band was releasing singles from it onto Spotify. The full album was released soon after I moved far away from the US for a time, and I would listen to it often to remind myself of home. Even after returning home, it provides endless comfort. I'm so glad to see so many "Simulation Swarm" fans on here; I love the song's poetry and it's genuinely the most comforting song I've ever heard!
A cozy folksy ride. Every track shines. someonescopine