Duets #1​-​3

by The Weather Station

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released February 11, 2013

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Track Name: The Weather Station featuring Baby Eagle - Brook and Branch
where did you go?
by brook or by branch,
down a steep road.

how did you go?
like a ghost in the shipyard quarantined for foreign sins
and the mistakes of my youth

why did you go to parrsboro
when you could have stayed here with me?

i don’t know.
i was growing old, by brook and by branch
every age must pass.

silently,
like a spook in the woods, or a crow at my window,
calling for meat.

i saw your name at the bottom of an old love letter
it was dragging like an anchor at the bottom of the harbour
in parrsboro.
Track Name: The Weather Station featuring Baby Eagle - Mule In The Flowers
You've got a run up them stockings, babe.
You've got a run up them stockings, babe.
I see it running up the inside of your leg,
and lord, the body aches.

Maybe I'm an old dog rolling over.
Maybe I'm an old dog rolling over.
Maybe I'm a mule in the flowers.
Maybe I'm a better man well-fed.

Even far across the street corner,
You know a man lost in wonder.
You see a man wake to hunger
After a long fast.

And we stop to talk, one friend to another.
One sees sun coming, the other thunder.
I said come on in the water
is cool, but not cold.

Sun is shining, the weeds are growing.
Sun is shining, the weeds are growing.
One thing I know that's always increasing
is the past.

Maybe I'm an old dog rolling over.
Maybe I'm an old dog rolling over.
Maybe I'm a mule in the flowers.
Maybe I'm a better man well-fed.