Swimming in April EP

by Feralia

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This EP is the first in a string of three that are a continuation of Winter Hexagon. As Winter Hexagon was inspired by Winter, this EP was inspired by spring.

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released June 27, 2012

All songs written,composed, performed and recorded by Nicholas M. Jackowitz. All synth written and performed by Jeffrey Braitling. Female vocals on Planetary Spring performed by Kim Jackowitz. All nature recordings and photography done by Nicholas M. Jackowitz.

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Track Name: Swimming in April
INSTUMENTAL
Track Name: Planetary Spring
As I walked through the woods, I pretended to be a giant.
Stay close to your lips, hold me close to your hips.
I heard you shake, I saw you shake, I felt you shake like a tremolo.

As I walked through the woods, I pretended to be mighty.
Stay close to your lips, keep me close to your hips.
I heard you shake, I saw you shake, I felt you shake like a tremolo.

The leaves were frozen in the ground but the sun was still so warm on my back, that’s how it always feels when I’m with you.

And the river held the rocks closer than ever. I felt an ocean when we touched . I felt you tremble like a tremolo. Rocks against bones, bones into rocks.

And even the geese became my friends. The trees were gifts from giants and the rivers moved slowly following the moon. They were best friends too. Rocks against bones, bones into rocks.

You were my kindling as the sun dried the water from the rocks. The pine needles chased me to the edge of the trail. They swept me towards the hills, they swept me towards the sun. Rocks against bones, bones into rocks and rocks into dust.

The leaves were frozen in the ground but the sun was still so warm, that’s how it always feels when I’m with you.

Skin against skin, Skin against bones, Bones against bones, bones into rocks.
Track Name: Spring Alive
INSTRUMENTAL
Track Name: The Owl's Morning
How could you take this from her?
How could you take her Spring?

Deeper and deeper as we crawl back in to Winter.

How could you take this from us?
How could you take our Spring?

As we grow deeper and deeper back into another Winter.
As we fall deeper and deeper back in to Winter.

How could you take this from her?
How could you take her Spring?
How could you take this from us?
How could you take our Spring?

Folding the corners over as we fall back into Winter.
Folding each corner over until we're frozen over.
Folding each corner over until we freeze back over.