Wildwood

by 5j Barrow

/

about

Engineered and Mastered by Steven Goldman at Four Legs Records

lyrics

The way a mountain falls
When the avalanche calls
The trees they go to sleep
The snow's buried them deep

The young ones have no chance
No one's holding their hands
The elders know this time
To raise their boughs high

'cause the snow's billowing down, down towards the ground
and each year the forest proudly grows, but softly cries a lonely sound

Waking Wildwood grapple
Mother told them to
Spend a whole damn lifetime
Spreading their roots

'cause that cold bitter snow's tumblin down
and each year the forest proudly grows, but softly cries a lonely sound

Maybe a tree, isn’t hard to be
Don’t ask me
Don’t ask me
Don’t ask me

credits

released 19 April 2014

tags

license

all rights reserved

feeds

feed for this artist

about

5j Barrow New York, New York

If you were to walk through Greenwich Village in the late 50′s through the mid 60′s, chances are you would encounter a people who were driven by their passions. Singers, musicians, painters, poets, writers, and other creatives building art together. It is this spirit that still remains in our floorboards, and stained on our windows that face the Hudson. ... more

contact / help

Contact 5j Barrow

Download help