Boat

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lyrics

BOAT

With a cynical eye
You were trying to reach for those lilies.
With a cynical eye
You were trying to reach for those lilies.

And I begged you,
“Watch the boat, it’s tilting over!”
And I begged you:
“Oh watch the boat, it’s tilting over!”

You thought that the world is
One big tick tock mechanism.
You thought that the world is
One big tick tock mechanism,

But you were still trying to reach for that lily;
Crossing the river to tear that lily.

Memories of you are flowing to and fro;
You are in a spotlight unexplored.
Below these waters is black unknown;
Warped sounds of water against the boat.

credits

from Murmurs, released November 27, 2016
Yana Davydova - voice, guitar
Dmitry Ishenko - bass
Charles Burst - drums

Recorded and mixed by Charles Burst at The Seaside Lounge Recording Studios, June/July 2015
Mastered by Mitch Rackin
Produced by Yana Davydova and Dmitry Ishenko

Music and Lyrics by Yana Davydova © 2015

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Echo Moth New York

Echo Moth is the project of NYC based guitarist and singer/songwriter Yana Davydova.

Songs are influenced by Victorian and Surrealist poetry with the music incorporating guitar and bass loops along with elements of noise and prog.

Echo Moth recorded a debut LP, “Murmurs”, with Dmitry Ishenko on bass
and Charles Burst on drums/sound engineering. The second album is coming out in winter, 2018.
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