The Weight of the Globe

by Lily & Madeleine

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released 22 January 2013

Lily — vocals and guitar
Madeleine — vocals and piano
Kenny Childers — bass and guitar
Matt Tobey — guitar and keys
Brett Donovan — organ and piano
Wade Parish — drums and percussion
Shannon Hayden — cello
Eric Arnold — tenor sax
Alex Geddes — alto sax
Alex Arnold — trumpet
Josh Lehigh — trumpet

produced by Paul Mahern
recorded at White Arc, bloomington, in
engineered by Dan Figurelli
mixed and mastered by Paul Mahern

all songs by Jurkiewicz, Childers, Jurkiewicz
(madlily bmi & broadripple nightclubs music ascap)

White Arc Artist Management

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Track Name: In The Middle
The river is white
It's tangled and dry
But I still remember you here
Swimming in the middle
A red bird sings
From the sycamore tree
Some kind of eloquent echo
I live in the middle
The shadows and leaves unlock my heart Just like a key, like a key
And bring you right back home to me
All of the years I have spent here I have never wandered
I live in the middle
The way you sing unlocks my heart Just like a key, like a key
And brings you right back home to me
Track Name: These Great Things
The spirit is empty down on Carson Beach
Where you once sang to me
Ah
Now that I'm looking to the endless sea
The line that separates me
I did not cast into the deep
You say you'll do these great
You think you're so strong
But you're wrong
If I wait a little while maybe all these things
Will come back to me
Ah
Just to be your collapse
What's the point in staying
Everything you're saying was only true to you
You say you'll do these great things
You think you're so strong
But you're wrong
I thought you could do anything
But I find with time I've changed my mind
Track Name: Back to the River
If only my feet could fall as fast as a heart does
I would be so long gone
But I'm stuck, stuck under your thumb
I can't get up
I can't get up, up I can't get up
If only my eyes could see as high as a mountain
Or wherever your heart's gone
But I have fallen on the bank of this river
I can't get up
I can't get up, up I can't get up
If only my heart could speak into this river
And you'd drink me up
I could be free of all these lonesome shivers
I could give myself up (give myself up)
We all go back to the river
We will all come undone
And there you will be, my love, with the faintest touch
And I will give myself up
Give myself up, up
I will give myself up
Track Name: Tired
The late hour setting in
My eyes are wearing out again
Maybe I should go
But I don't know
where should I turn
I'm so tired
The city seems much taller
Maybe I'm just smaller
Crushed by the weight of the globe
Is it worth it
I hope so
Where should I go
I'm so tired
Why can't I say good night
Where should I go
I'm so tired
Track Name: Things I'll Later Lose
Ticket stubs
The movie was all of our love in one afternoon
The sun has bent and faded them
And just like us they're gone too soon
I have to ask what's the use
In finding these things I'll later lose
The dress that I wore in June
The way you walked free out of the room
The note you wrote, the way it spoke
And where it sits now, always in view
I have to ask what's the use
In finding these things I'll later lose
I can't find you darling
I can't find you darling
I've been hearing things
And I've been losing sleep
Cause I can't find you darling