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An acoustic-folk remake of the Corner Laughers song.

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Ley lines and their traces formed a map of ancient places where
We walked together from Jerusalem to Rome.
The puddles formed a mini-Nile, turned inches into many miles
Followed in your footsteps from the train station to home.

And I could see us on Midsummer's Day in circles heralded by stones.
And I could cast us in a mummer's play and we would never feel alone.

You and I are stained-glass windows, not surprised the way that wind blows.

And out among the megaliths I wish that we could stay like this.
We spun together under orbs of stormy stars.
The lights of Swindon overheard, the fields of clover for our bed.
Followed in the drumbeats of those druids in the yard.

And I could see us on Midsummer's Day in circles heralded by stones.
And I could cast us in a mummer's play and we would never feel alone.

You and I are stained-glass windows, not surprised the way that wind blows.

credits

from King's Daughters Home For Incurables, released October 6, 2017
Karla Kane: vocals, ukulele
Khoi Huynh: acoustic guitar
KC Bowman: acoustic guitar
Helen Luker: melodica
Mark Luker: bass

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