August / Orchid Blue

from A Pebble of the Brook by The Duke of Norfolk

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lyrics

There is hope in being here,
through 37 in a year.
I take my porridge oats with cream and fruit
& it turns day all lily white and orchid blue.

With the light upon the lake
and the swimmers in the shade,
I’ve never seen this tint of teal before;
the shadows dance across the harbor floor.

and I pedal faster just to keep my balance,
though I know not where I go.
And she asks if I believe in magic.
And I say that I don’t know
,
but there is something in this glow.

I witnessed care inside the train;
a hand outstretched to feed the lame.
While we were smoking at the reservoir,
I saw her crying in the dining car.

I carry nothing on my back
that I would wish that we would lack

and I pedal faster just to keep my balance,
though I know not where I go.
And she’ll ask if I believe in magic
and I’ll keep saying I don’t know.
Still there is something in this glow.
And Christ is hanging by a rope
And I saw the smoke begin to flow
and lead the wanderers back home.
And the muses whisper low
as the wind moves through the close.
Let the river lead us home.

There is hope in being there;
a beauty I would wish to share.
The living water and the sylvan bed gown.
With all this light inside, I lay my head down.

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from A Pebble of the Brook, released May 21, 2021
Written by Adam Howard

Recorded & Performed by Adam Howard with the help of:
Margaret Wehr - Vocals
Márk Fédronic - Trombone
Theo Fédronic - Trumpet

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The Duke of Norfolk is a peripatetic singer/songwriter from Oklahoma.

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