Esther

Esther

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Folk - Contemporary | Wellington, New Zealand
Total Song Plays: 1,129   
Member Since: 2011
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Plays:

384

Song Description

A love affair of two cities/two countries.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

has a nice simple feel to it. vocalist has an interesting voice and delivery. would work well in live performances which this recording captures. nice work.

    - Kent Webb

Intriguing song and performance.....nice tune and great vocal.......

    - Laurence Watkins
Lyrics

v1.
Did you question my face?
Did you question my tastes?
Did i linger in your tempid mind a little longer?

Did i catch you smile unguarded?
Did I keep you out a little late?
Do I detect a nervous question waiting to be asked, waiting to be asked?

And I'll be quiet as a teacup
I'll be gentle as a tulip
Just allow me to hold your hand
I find if ties me down to mountain tops
These mountain tops

Chorus
And you, you are my shining star
You, you are my shining star

v2.
And now I'm here I wish I was there
And now I'm there oh to be right back here again
So many lips on a street
reflecting grey puddles, always the same grey puddles

City lights beckon to the wayward stroller
And your painted doors are peeling,
Something about adding to their charm
I see it, I like it, oh how I like it

I'll be honest as a picture
I'll be fearless as a rock
Just allow me to hold your hand
I find it ties me down to mountain tops,
these mountain tops

chorus.

I'll be

Song Length
3:11
Genres
Folk - Contemporary, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Floating
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Content

Subject Matter
Long, City


Language
English

Lyric Credits Esther Mitchell
Music Credits Esther Mitchell
Producer Credits Esther Mitchell, Andrew Bird, Darren Poole
Publisher Credits Esther Mitchell
Performance Credits Esther Mitchell, Andrew Bird, Darren Poole