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aqua: Kill A Stone

from Aether (4 albums) by HUMANWINE



I knew a fish
who cried more than she meant it
She met an awful fate
and spoke in tonic accents

Her friends told her BEWARE
still she didn’t give a care
One fathom at a time
toward the feigned abundant

Her heart was hard to please
It was some kind of disease
We found her body there
beneath the Dragon Market

Who fears a face
so bravely painted
one long day
tintown the inner harvest

Kill a stone
and who’ll be near?
One call for the
girl who sang at the Dragon Market!

Seed in a far away home
all array of one!
I knew a fish
of all who are

When I found you
I stand screaming,
“I knew a fish
of all who are


from Aether (4 albums), released May 1, 2016
Written, Performed, Engineered, Mixed & Produced by Holly Brewer
Mastered by Dan Richardson Up in the Basement with HUMANWINE

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"HUMANWINE is music that dances between raindrops, sending up green shoots between the broken cobblestones of folk, punk, and open revolt. It is a soundtrack to broken rules and mutant genres, evoking a world that skips over the Age of Oil and all its cruelties, stitching together a patchwork of past and future, a do-it-yourself apocalypse that is strangely utopian."
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