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lyrics

Feel the water
Feel the fire
Feed the rush of the firefly
But in the water, and in the night sky
There is something worth the surprise

But the sky is getting colder
I can almost taste the rain
And our hearts are getting older
Its getting tougher to see through your smile
To your pain

We dance around this water
We’re fixed around this sphere
We’re speaking to one another
In words nobody can hear, my dear

In the breathe of a micro-creature
In the heart of a human being
In a thousand holy preachers
Keeping track of holy things
Does the creature hail the letter?
Does he scrutinize his world?
He’s concerned about his water
And how’s he’s getting home

How am I getting home?
How am I getting home?

How am I getting home?
How am I getting home?
How am I getting home?
How am I getting home?

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from Kandote, released December 4, 2012

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Frances Luke Accord Chicago, Illinois

Frances Luke Accord is an independent Chicago-based duo hailing originally from South Bend, Indiana. Both dedicated multi- instrumentalists and attentive songwriters, Nicholas Gunty and Brian Powers distinguish their music with genre fluidity, organic acoustics and buttery harmonies. ... more

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