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Oh shoot! When I hit the REPLY button, the song stopped playing. Must go back!

 

OWF, what a great find! How come every time I see a video from that Music Fog place, it's always a great one? What a pretty song.

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I felt in love with that song about a week ago. This is brilliant.

I listened to the studio version on the site of Amy Speace and I prefere this recording in MusicFog.

Everything is perfect to me here...

I want to sing this song, but I need the lyrics written (there are some words and expressions that I can not understand well looking at her singing and mooving her lips) and I still can't find those lyrics written...

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I felt in love with that song about a week ago. This is brilliant.

I listened to the studio version on the site of Amy Speace and I prefere this recording in MusicFog.

Everything is perfect to me here...

I want to sing this song, but I need the lyrics written (there are some words and expressions that I can not understand well looking at her singing and mooving her lips) and I still can't find those lyrics written...

Krassi, here is what I typed up from the video:

 

GHOST

The first of March faltered like an ache

And the hours blurred together in the gray

She didn’t change the sheet to make the bed

Just put her cheek where he once lay

She curled up in the hollow where his skin

Left a faint trace of mint and leaf

Where the cotton held him captive

And where she watched him sleep

 

Chorus:

Some people move through our lives

Then they’re gone like the morning rain

Some stand with the stillness of a soldier

At their post and never change

Some dance along the waterline

Like waves against the coast

And some forever haunt you

Like a ghost

 

February stole more than the snow

Bringing early spring to Baltimore

She was surprised to see him after all those years

Of leaving out the alley door

Well this time would be different

He swore it with a rapture of a baptized man

His words undressed her loneliness

With gospels built on sand

 

Chorus

 

Oh my love….. stay

Oh my love, I can’t wait

 

Chorus, repeat last line

 

 

If this text doesn't work for you I can message you with the file.

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GG, are you going to learn this song???

I'm seriously thinking of it. I'm just learning Dust In The Wind atm (yeah I know, I should already know that one). I've never been one to learn songs that most acoustic players know (like DITW, Blackbird, etc) I'm learning the picking pattern for DITW so that I can use it on The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore. Anyway, I digress. Yes, I think this song is one I'd like to know!

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I felt in love with that song about a week ago. This is brilliant.

I listened to the studio version on the site of Amy Speace and I prefere this recording in MusicFog.

Everything is perfect to me here...

I want to sing this song, but I need the lyrics written (there are some words and expressions that I can not understand well looking at her singing and mooving her lips) and I still can't find those lyrics written...

 

 

Krassi, like you, some people are simply blessed with a beautiful singing voice.

This person certainly has been.

The guitar playing is very nice too.

Bob

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