Friday, May 21, 2004

If only because I haven't seen them posted elsewhere and everyday a few souls arrive here in search of them, here are the lyrics for Feist's Mushaboom:


Helping the kids out of their coats
But wait the babies haven't been born
Unpacking the bags and setting up
And planting lilacs and buttercups

But in the meantime I've got it hard
Second floor living without a yard
It may be years until the day
my dreams will match up with my pay

Old dirt road... knee deep snow
Watching the fire as we grow old

I want a man to stick it out and make a home from a rented house
And we'll collect the moments one by one
I guess that's how the future's done
How many acres how much light tucked in the woods and out of sight
Talk to the neighbours and tip my cap on a little road barely on the map

Old dirt road... knee deep snow
Watching the fire as we grow old
Old dirt road... rambling rose
Watching the fire as we grow... well I'm sold

On a side note, maybe someone from the fan club can tell me why my advance copy of Let It Die differs from the final version. Tout Doucement is dropped, replaced by L'amour ne dure pas toujours which appears in the middle of the album. Pourquoi est-ce que c'est?

(Please limit responses to the English language.)

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