Miramar

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They took the blue from the roof
And the beds from the rooms
Put an ad in the news for sale

From the highway I drive
You can see through them right
Through the rooms to the sea, you see the sea

Oh my, it’s a shame, farewell
Dismantling the old hotel
Oh the years of the sand
Behind my ears and in the bed
Sister song, sing it loud, farewell

Well they just couldn’t kill
See a place has a will
And the villa never was built
Flowers grew tall and filled
Wells of stairs, cracks in pools
It was beautiful old as the hills

Oh my, it’s a change, farewell
The vines have taken the hotel
Wrapping up and around
It’s going home it’s going down
To the heart that’s underground, farewell

Green is marching, green is taking over

Oh my, it’s a change, farewell
The vines have taken the hotel
Flowers orange, golden crowns
It’s going home it’s coming round
To the heart that’s underground, farewell

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from Crepusculo, released July 7, 2009

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Petracovich San Francisco, California

Dreamy folk pop that is lyrical, poetic and full. Jessica of Petracovich plays the piano, with some banjo and bells and lots of clicky sounds and shakery things. She hikes hills, changes diapers, and loves to sing in bars.

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