One Summer

by Lay Low Moon

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1.
I remember the day, you were on a blanket on the beach I remember the day, with a little black tape recorder and I remember you, the way you used to be If I showed you where I am If I told you where I stand You'd be here with me, where I stand You'd be here with me, where I am You'd be with me, Marie I remember the day, you were in a blue dress holding me I remember the day, with the salt water taffy meant for you and I remember you, the way you were with me If I showed you where I am If I told you where I stand You'd be here with me, where I stand You'd be here with me, where I am You'd be with me, Marie I remembered you again and you remembered the day I remember the summer is over and you still remember my face If I showed you where I am If I told you where I stand You'd be here with me, where I stand You'd be here with me, where I am You'd be with me, Marie
2.
04:44
I've watched the faces change over the years I've watched the things begin and end as if they'd never been there at all Looking back, the years, they seemed so short But in the light they look so tall I have believed that everything shall pass that all this time will soon expend But all the things I'd learned from you that fall would give me things I wished could last but in the light they looked so tall I don't mind, I don't mind I don't mind if you never You don't mind, you don't mind You don't mind if I ever move on I've traveled aimlessly through all these years through all the silhouettes and stratospheres I don't know where I'm going I don't know what I'm doing I don't mind, I don't mind I don't mind if you never You don't mind, you don't mind You don't mind if I ever move on I've watched the faces change over the years I've watched the things begin and end as if they'd never been there at all Looking back, the years, they seemed so short But in the light they look so tall
3.
Every time I see my windshield through I'm reminded of your pretty face Every time I'm down the avenue I'm reminded of your pretty face but I, yes I, am such a disgrace but sometimes it pays Every time my car breaks down this year I will look to you and say it's great Every time I do lay down my fear I will look to you a twist of fate but I, yes I, am such a disgrace but sometimes it pays I wonder what it was you said the last time we spoke inside my head Why do you do this to me, baby You make me crazy Every time I'm at the chain of stores I'm reminded of your precious face Every time I'm washed upon the shore I'm reminded of your gorgeous face but I, yes I, but I, yes I, but I, yes I, am such a disgrace but sometimes it pays
4.
Everyone I knows' a secret Kept underneath the Brooklyn bridge and all the roads are paved with white wine Something about your heritage I'm not sure how to ignore you Everything is immanent I don't know just what you're thinking I just know it's innocent I know you, yes I know you I wish it weren't true I can't stay much longer I know I'll make do You know, I've heard that life's outrageous Just because it has to be I know just what makes you angry Someone said catastrophe I know you, yes I know you I wish it weren't true I can't stay much longer I know I'll make do I live on a smoldering boulder on the west side of the sea I can't move away until you're still in love with me The storm's grown colder and colder, I'm lost in the debris I won't move away until you're still in love with me I know you, yes I know you I wish it weren't true I know you, yes I know you I wish it weren't you I can't stay much longer I know I'll make do
5.
04:42
I know you were named after a town just north of Boston Or a section of New York where there are piers And I really want to know if I have a chance while I am here And I know that I can't pretend I've talked to you and made amends Because that would just be so absurd I wouldn't mind seeing you, you have my word I know that it shall never be It's become all too apparent to me And I don't need to justify my life by having you by my side And I know that I can't pretend I've talked to you and made amends Because that would just be so absurd I wouldn't mind seeing you, you have my word I know that it shall never be It's become all too apparent to me And I don't need to justify my life by having you by my side

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We would like to extend gratitude to the following people: our beautiful friends and families, the gents at the Music Emporium, Matthew Sullivan, JC's guitar shop and to all of the other inspiring people who have made this possible.

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released February 16, 2014

Seán McKenna - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar (1, 2)
Dylan Sullivan - Bass, Electric Guitar (2, 3, 4, 5), Vocals
Peter Danilchuk - Keyboards, Moog (1, 3), Vocals
Max Monaco - Drums

Produced by Lay Low Moon
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered at Baby Bear Studios in Beverly, MA in 2013

Artwork, Design & Logo by Peter Danilchuk.

All songs by Seán McKenna
Smoldering Boulder Music (BMI)

arrangements by Lay Low Moon

Booking/General contact: laylowmoon@gmail.com

www.laylowmoon.com

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Lay Low Moon is an Indie Folk collective built around the songs of Seán McKenna and is comprised of Seán and various friends from around the Greater Boston area.

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