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The Kingfisher (2015) EP

by Rosemary & Garlic

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dreyeslastiri Beautiful performance at Grasnapolsky! Favorite track: Old Now.
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Jeroen Fragile, warm, sad but comforting. Perfect chill for the chills in our hearts. Favorite track: I'll Come to You.
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Ben Marks So incredibly gorgeous.. Thank you for making such amazing music.. Truly lovely.. Favorite track: Old Now.
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Gerrald Lodewijk The 'worst' singer-songwriters join forces on this EP! Some great small songs, I enjoyed listening to each track. Kingfisher is my fav, very emotional. Thanks for playing at the 10ms:) Favorite track: The Kingfisher.
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bkpr I just find it beautiful in its sounds and atmospheres. Favorite track: The Dancers.
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Hassles Beautiful voice, sympathetically tasteful musical arrangements won me over - just love it.
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    1. The Dancers
    2. I'll come to you
    3. California
    4. The Kingfisher
    5. Old now

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The Dancers 03:37
The Dancers All the roses in fall agree He asked for no reasons to be with me Fly over the mountains and sea The love he would give was all for me As the winter rose out from it’s seed I held my hands close to the ones that warmed me He dropped all the snow for me And I noticed it’s just how he bleeds He walked alone along the river stream the road was bitter, long as I was climbing down Below I’ll never know I’ll become a sailor I’ll become your first friend at sea But you won't let me I’ll become a sailor We’ll be dancers, over the sea But you won’t let me
I'll Come To you Storm's in the season and so am I Spend many days with the lightning sky When the dawn breaks in Let the sun be dark on your skin And in the morning I’ m turning in I am a sinner I’ll come to you It’s a new morning outside my house There are no shades in the summer light In the water, silhouettes dance And I must go to wherever you are I am a sinner I’ll come to you In the morning, pale and blue
California 02:59
California Home now just when I found that you have my heart It’s gone now, gone to the sea and so every place is a better a place to be I’ve never been to India Will you run to sea with me? Lost now The days seem unclear I would give you all I found out its easy to stay here but it’s harder to find peace in this mind I’ ve never been to India I’ ve never been to Canada Will you run to sea with me To California To Canada To India California
The Kingfisher Did you hear me calling for you From the top of the old trees Heavy snow upon the branches He tells me to let it be Skate away on the ice Did you hear me sing a song for you From in between the needles too I should learn to love you like the snow He has learned to let me go I’ll become a kingfisher A coloured flight
Old Now 04:49
I’m old now There comes the last spring I’ll take the time and love you more And I’ll cover you now Your mother, you won’t let her fade I’m old now I’m older In this world we’ll overcome the autumn days, the hidden sun And I’ll cover you now Your father, he’ll be in the air you breathe I’m old now I’m older than I ever was before Old times they will last Lay your head to rest


Rosemary & Garlic's wintery debut EP. Contains hidden gems such as The Kingfisher and Old Now.


released January 10, 2015

All songs written and produced by Anne van den Hoogen and Dolf Smolenaers


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Rosemary & Garlic Utrecht, Netherlands

Poetic folk songs.

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