Yo Soybean

Yo Soybean

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Folk - Alternative | Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Total Song Plays: 202   
Member Since: 2008
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Song Description

A steady groove with violins, acoustic guitar and mandolin sprinkled with male & female vocals.

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Lyrics

I saw your ghost last night, tiptoe across my room. The floor went cold and my vision it was ripe, but was it you?

Woke up at quarter to five. Tiptoed upon the roof. Looked at the stars those tiny fractions of light. They're just like me, they're just like you, but that's who?

I saw a fortune teller in a dirty cellar, but it was all just lies. He said the future's better, son it's time to settle, but I'll make no disguise. Not these eyes. They're looking deep inside.

And I read your letters sometimes. They tiptoe across my room. Are the crinkled words just wrinkles in time? Or are they you?

I've been driving around a lot with a six pack and six strings to keep me still. I sound out my sorrows to all these empty parking lots. I'm getting close, but still so far from some truth.

I saw a fortune teller in a dirty cellar, but it was all just lies. He said the future's better, son it's time to settle, but I'll make no disguise. Not these eyes. They're looking deep inside.

Song Length
4:24
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Enchanting, Disturbed

Subject Matter
Breaking Up, See, Vision, Eyes

Similar Artists
, Leonard Cohen
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Nick Mallis
Music Credits Nick Mallis
Producer Credits Darian Cornish/Matt Moss
Performance Credits Nick Mallis & Brianna Bowley