Birthe Noer Myers

Birthe Noer Myers

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Unique - Unclassified | Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,592   
Member Since: 2013
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Song Description

Where the day birds sleep and what the night birds do.

Story Behind the Song

Ever wonder where the birds sleep at night?

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Clean recording, nice 12 string guitar track. Beautiful vocal.

    - Rick Dean Smith

Sounds a lot like Kate, really like the sound of the harmonica and the guitar and of course the voice is superb!

    - Randal Dunkle
Lyrics

Where the birds sleep-

The birds that have the daylight shift,
the twitterers and singers,
the little hatch, the speedy swift,
and robins, spring's harbingers,
all find a perch when darkness falls,
in ivy growing up on walls
or hidden in the tops of trees,
protected from the cooling breeze.
And there they snuggle up and keep
each other warm and go to sleep.

The heron and the egret,
the willet and the stilt
have hides in places secret,
in clumps of reeds and silt.
With plover, loon and curlew
they rest till morning's dew
lies heavy on each blade of grass
and glints like tiny shards of glass
in early morning's rising sun
to show that day has now begun.

While daytime's birds are fast asleep
the night birds have been working.
The owl has hunted things that creep;
in darkest night he's lurking.
And nightingales have sung all night
they fill the dark with pure delight
in thicket, wood and grove,
while blackbirds trill a song of love
like rippling water turned to song
in early dawn all summer long.

Song Length
2:47
Genres
Unique - Unclassified, Unique - Unclassified
Tempo / Feel
Tempo Undefined
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Pleasant

Subject Matter
Birds, Tonight, Night, Evening

Similar Artist
Joan Baez
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Birthe Noer Myers
Music Credits Dave Leffever
Producer Credits Birthe Noer Myers
Publisher Credits Birthe Noer Myers
Performance Credits Amy Banks
Label Credits Birthe Noer and Dave Lefever