Lover's Waltz

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[Old Man]

Is it too soon to tell you that I love you?
The way your eyes are drenched in wrinkles all around
The aqua net curls that frame your tiny forehead
This lonely winter is starting to thaw

It’s been a long one this time around
But you’re my crocus you are
You’re pushing through frozen ground
The surest sign that life goes on

[Aunt Sara]

I don’t know you, I can’t place your face
I had a love once with a mouth just like yours
Maybe you are him, maybe, I don’t know
This wild ocean is starting to calm

It’s gotten hard to hold on for long
But you’re my Poseidon you are
You’re holding off the treacherous tide
And I can see beyond the waves

[Together]

Is it too soon to tell you that I love you?
We’re getting old now, we might as well say
Grab a hold of life and love while we’re still here
This little fire is starting to burn

When you’re close to the end
It’s better to have a lamp light your way
I’ll be your lamp, I’ll light the dark
And love will carry us home

credits

from The Folk Opera, released December 2, 2010
Joel Dean Stockdill (Old Man)
Savannah Jo Lack (Aunt Sara, violin)
Annie Bacon (ukulele)
Joe Lewis (upright bass)

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The Folk Opera San Francisco, California

Written and composed on the ukulele during a 6-week trip on two distant continents,recorded live at The Tower Studios in SF’s Mission District, and self-released digitally and on vinyl in December 2010, Annie Bacon’s The Folk Opera is a haunting and triumphant extended musical suite written for ukulele, upright bass, fiddle, trumpet, and multiple voices. ... more

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