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When I wasn’t so much older
Before my second teeth
Over sand I would go running

Turning tiny beach homes over
For creatures underneath
On a spool I’d watch them reeling

Sunbeams licked my shoulders
The water sniffed my feet
When the moon came calling

Galapagos

Now I am a little older
With children at my feet
Over sand I watch them running

Throwing lines out to the ocean
For creatures underneath
In a rush they break the ceiling

Sunbeams lick our shoulders
The water sniffs our feet
When the moon comes calling

Galapagos

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from Bee China, released May 18, 2012

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Single Girl, Married Girl Los Angeles, California

L.A.-based pop/folk/Americana outfit Single, Girl, Married Girl writes songs that are simultaneously beautiful and devastating with poetic, perceptive lyrics that astutely capture what it means to be human.
For fans of Brandi Carlile, First Aid Kit, Jenny Lewis, Lucius, Patsy Cline, Hank Williams, Linda Ronstadt, Fleetwood Mac
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