Liedtext vom Lied Hazey Jane II Musiker Nick Drake | Lyrics-on Frost 11. Because of these taunting backing vocals, biographer Dann has called Drake’s demo “immensely superior.” Many fans agree (though I’m not one of them). “But I was either in the studio, or in America, and he did three of these dates and got so discouraged by the audience response that he cancelled the rest of the tour.”, “I spoke to the promoter of one of the shows,” Boyd wrote in his stellar autobiography, White Bicycles. Island botched the album’s rollout, which was marred by production flubs and a total lack of advertising. The next morning I had a call from Cale. Though it’s precise meaning has been hotly debated, with lines like the opening couplet “And what will happen in the morning / When the world it gets so crowded that you can't look out the window in the morning” and “And all the friends that you once knew are left behind / They kept you safe and so secure amongst the books and all the records of your lifetime” the track seems to refer to the difficulties of managing the anxieties of adulthood and modern life, more broadly. Upon discovering the latter fact, Island’s then-new head of A&R, who just happened to have gone to school with Drake, promptly put together the first “best of” compilation of Drake’s music, Heaven in a Wild Flower, which sold as many copies as all of Drake’s previous releases combined. They’re less remarkably original. Suddenly, Drake’s releases were in the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. (Her cover of "My Sweet Lord" on Emergency Ward is one of the most transcendent performances I've ever heard.). “I think there was a great deal of embarrassment around his peer group that what he — and we — thought was going to happen hadn’t really happened,” Kirby told the Guardian. John Martyn. Kirby has pointed to the lyrics of “Chime” as an example of Astral Weeks’ influence on Drake. Do you like what you're doing, Would you do it some more Or will you stop once and wonder What you're doing it … It’s the quality of the playing and the quality of the people you’re working with that matters, and Bryter Layter has that quality in spades.”. ', We’re still here talking about him because of the quality of the music. Hey Josh, thanks so much for so thoughtfully sharing your expertise. But Drake’s music seemed destined to endure. Given that, I tried to consider balance subjectively as just one factor in each mastering’s sound quality. Score: 91 with 36 ratings and reviews. If songs were lines In a conversation. Congrats, Josh! The high-frequency roll-off on the original release is also apparent. Go to my channel for full albums: For space reasons, I've leaned towards Ebooks lately, but Remembered for a While is one of those books that having a hard copy is a must. He kept complaining that everything was slipping through his hands. I love your detailed and enjoyable writing. I asked whether he was thinking what I was thinking. “So by the time we did Bryter Layter we had put in another four tracks [bringing the total to eight]. And what will happen in the morning when the world it gets so crowded that you can't look out the window in the morning And what will happe It’s the line from the work that is most often quoted, and the one that may give us the clearest insight into his troubled life: “If song were lines in a conversation / The situation would be fine.”, The next two tracks on Bryter Layter, “At the Chime of the City Clock” and “One of These Things First,” mark Kowalski’s first appearance on drums, joined on bass by Pegg on the former and Carter on the latter. Whatever the causes, Bryter Layter’s failure to sell seemed to mark the beginning of Drake’s descent into depression. Despite Drake’s reputation for almost monosyllabic shyness, he wasn’t afraid to assert his will in the studio, even with the presence of two strong personalities in Boyd and Wood. The Heyworth/Wood mastering can also be found on all non-high-resolution streaming editions of the album, including the Digital Box Set. We changed the acoustics a bit. Hey slow Jane, make sense Slow, slow, Jane, cross the fence. “In retrospect, it made us overconfident. John worked from tapes that contained the music that left the original studio (Sound Techniques) not the sound that left the cutting rooms (the production masters). Both ‘At the Chime of the City Clock’ and ‘One of These Things First’ kick ass more than the other tracks.”. Can you tell if you're moving With no mirror to see, If you're just riding a new man Looks a … The Lyrics for Hazey Jane I by Nick Drake have been translated into 2 languages Do you curse where you come from, Do you swear in the night Will it mean much to you If I treat you right. But much had changed in the studio between the recording of Five Leaves Left and the recording of Bryter Layter. This tape is not the original master, but the result of the compromises John would have made to suit vinyl. John, clearly, was responsible for the kind of sound that is on those records, but I think also I had a part to play. Frederick calls it “probably Drake’s most accessible song…[an] up-tempo jazz waltz…[with] a catchy melody, a memorable hook, and a lyric that just about anyone can identify with.”. And what will happen in the evening in the. Wacko 7. This afternoon.” I had scheduled a mix on another project that day but Cale had decided it was time to record “Northern Sky” and “Fly.” They arrived together, John with a wild look in his eyes and Nick trailing behind. Learn the full song lyrics at MetroLyrics. Josh is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Virginia, where he teaches classes on modern U.S. politics and the history of popular music. “It was the most successful gig Nick ever did,” Boyd explained. According to friends and family, the albums that inspired Drake were somewhat esoteric: Robert Johnson’s King of The Delta Blues Singers, Randy Newman’s debut, Love’s Forever Changes, Tim Buckley’s Goodbye and Hello, and Van Morrison’s Astral Weeks. Nick Drake's Hazey Jane I - Nick Drake (Lyrics) music video in high definition. He never said anything on stage, just tuned and sang, and when the noise became too much, looked at his shoes for a minute then got up and walked off the stage.”, Faced with this new roadblock, Boyd’s conclusion was simple: “My only response was, ‘We have to do a better album.’”, There were models for what Boyd wanted to accomplish with Drake. Boyd pushed Drake to record “Things Behind the Sun,” a track he’d already composed by the time of Bryter Layter, but which ultimately wouldn’t be used until Pink Moon. As Frederick notes: Shifts between minor and major in the music parallel the mixed emotions described in the lyrics. Sign up for a new account in our community. "Bryter Layter" 3:24: 7. It is supposed to be viciously sarcastic. "At the Chime of a City Clock" 4:47: 4. When necessary, Har-Bal’s loudness matching option, which doesn’t affect the frequency response, was used to create clearer graphs. Lyrics powered by Both the Heyworth/Wood and Nunn/Wood masterings convey a better sense of front-to-back space, with the Nunn/Wood mastering doing it best. 4. Honestly, it was a bit like church when he was singing and playing.”, Drake’s precision in the studio quickly earned the respect of both Boyd and Wood, as well as the musicians who appeared on his albums. “To start with, Doris Troy and P.P. According to Boyd, Drake, Pegg, and Kowalski recorded the core of the track together. “I think he was probably happier there than most places.”. The situation would be fine . He just came across larger than life, confident… He knew what he wanted. He made beautiful records. When 26-year-old Nick Drake passed away in November 1974 at his parents’ home south of Birmingham, England, his three albums on Island Records (1969’s Five Leaves Left, 1971’s Bryter Layter, and 1972’s Pink Moon) had sold fewer than 20,000 copies in total, he’d played perhaps a few dozen concerts in his life, and had given only one interview. All those Bryter Layter tracks. weasel with the teeth that bite so sharp when. "One of These Things First" 4:52: 5. in Lyrics. We were told this was going to be the one.”. “There are a lot of things which feel like they’re a part of their time, and they have a fascination for that reason,” Boyd told journalist Richie Unterberger in 1996. According to Cale, “[Drake] was a very quiet guy. with the weasel with the teeth that bite so sharp. I love Martyn’s Grace & Danger album. I think Mike Kowalski drove things a bit harder than Dave Mattacks. “The first strong memory I have if Nick Drake was at the second of third sessions for Five Leaves Left,” Wood told Arthur Lubow, who wrote the liner notes to the original edition of Fruit Tree: Nick started getting hotter and hotter under the collar. And nobody sees I have 8 Nick Drake albums (all the originals plus various European complications and rarities)--all on vinyl LP. He was born into a well-to-do family and seemingly could’ve counted on his parents for financial support. However, it’s not a good tradeoff. Drake’s acoustic leans to the left of the soundstage, while the horns begin towards the right of the track, joined by Richard Thompson’s twangy second-position Stratocaster guitar fills, which adds a country flavor to the horns’ R&B overtones. And it came as a complete surprise to him.”, Drake’s friends and family didn’t know how to help him through the disappointment. Honestly, something I would have never listened to. Turning to “One of These Things First,” the Nunn/Wood’s treble boost relative to the other two masterings is obvious thanks to the increase in tape noise during the track’s quiet introduction. He might be the second best acoustic guitar player I've ever seen after John McLaughlin, and I've seen Clapton among others. But he was getting quietly more and more aggravated, and in the end, he dug his heels in and dismissed the arrangements [Boyd had devised with Richard Hewson]. Unfortunately, no clear pattern emerged. And yes, we were listening to [Astral Weeks] a lot at the time.”. For all those reasons and more, Bryter Layter is the subject of this edition of TBVO. I'm a big prog fan. But two weeks later we booked him together with a bunch of musicians — a smaller bunch than the first time, I remember. — which was my job. He was distinctly uncomfortable on-stage. If I cross their stiles, Oh poor boy The album’s official release date is often reported as November 1, 1970. highlight lyrics to add meaning... And what will happen in the morning when the. As writer Peter Hogan put it, the takeaway seems to be that “slowing things down is the only way to stay sane, with a grassroots approach to changing the world: begin with your brother and your sister (and by implication, yourself).”. He's not that widely known, at least in the US, but had an absolutely prodigal career of about 40 years. Nick was quite high on it. As for the other artists you've mentioned, I am not familiar, but am definitely going to do a little listen for them. Once I moved towards CDs (not until the early '90s because CD mastering and playback was really cold and lifeless until then and gave me headaches) I quickly discovered how bad many CD remasterings were/are. The song’s musical highlight, Warleigh’s fluttering-yet-soulful alto sax, enters midway through the second verse in the right channel and persists throughout the duration of the track. This is particularly apparent on Richard Thompson’s lead guitar, Kirby’s horn arrangements, and Drake’s vocal. And what will happen in the evening in the forest with the weasel with the teeth that bite so sharp when you're not looking in the evening. My introduction to Drake came during my freshman year of high school. Drake’s first English-language biographer, Patrick Humphries, calls it “Drake’s masterpiece.” Both Boyd, and the album’s engineer, John Wood, told journalist Arthur Lebow, who wrote the liner notes to Drake’s Fruit Tree box, that Bryter Layter is the only perfect album they made. Playlist ... Do you curse where you come from? “He wrote that one around us,” she told the Guardian. It was actually a very fun thing to do. Soon Cale’s celeste joins Drake’s guitar on the right, while Cale compliments his own organ playing with a delicate piano, also in the left channel. By Drake’s sparse standards, the song’s arrangement is positively busy. Paul Wheeler has recalled Drake’s love for headphones. well said, Courtingblues. D Do you curse where you came from Em do you swear in the night Em would it mean much to you D if i treat you right Em D think slow jane, make sense Em D slow slow jane, cross the fence G C Do it for you G F Sure that you would do the same for me one day G C so try to be true G F even if its only in your hazey wayyyy And that isn’t just hindsight. “After Bryter Layter it went downhill quickly for Nick,” Wheeler explained to Drake’s first biographer, Danish poet Gorm Henrik Rasmussen. Their goal with Sound Techniques was to create a more vibrant American sound than most British studios, and the varying ceiling heights afforded Wood a diversity of sonic options within a relatively small space. His lyrics might seem self-evidently like love-loss stories, but I think, I feel that they are more of self-reflections. David Geffen was a big fan of his and was interested in releasing his records, [which] came out on Island in America, which really wasn’t very well organized at that point in America. We made it a bit more controllable.”, In preparation for the Bryter Layter sessions, Drake traveled to The Angel, the old pub in Little Hadham where the members of Fairport Convention were living, to rehearse with bass player Dave Pegg, drummer Dave Mattacks, and (according to some accounts) guitarist Richard Thompson. Still 3 of my favorite albums with a slight preference for vinyl but the new 24/96 downloads are very good. It also tends to have a touch more treble. And what will … On “Poor Boy,” the Nunn/Wood mastering’s realism advantage is even more marked. How steep my stairs Now if only I could find a digital version of the very first Stiv Bator's - Disconnected LP and the rest of his work with Lords of the New Church, well, that is heaven. “Bryter Layter is certainly the record I felt most completely satisfied with,” Boyd has said. Thompson’s lead sounds somewhat buried in the Heyworth/Wood mastering, if not as badly as on the original CD. “I had no idea how important those records would become to legions of people. However, at least part of the album’s struggles could be attributed to Drake’s growing stage fright and the first signs of the depression that would consume much of the rest of his life, both of which hampered Boyd and Island’s attempts to promote the record. I wasn’t that keen on them. Bryter Layter first appeared on CD in 1987. He's written about music for publications like Filter and Under the Radar and about politics for publications like New Republic, Jacobin, and Dissent. Despite his domineering manner, Cale was very solicitous towards Nick, who seemed to be guardedly enjoying himself: his only choice was to relax and be carried along. Nick tuned his guitar for three minutes and didn’t say anything. Even Boyd has speculated that Drake felt that the track “got away from him.” However, it’s hard to square this supposition with Boyd, Wood, and Kirby’s shared insistence that Drake was willing to put his foot down in the studio, especially during the recording of Bryter Layter. He had all the songs, and fairly positive ideas about how he wanted them done. Stand Clear 6. dynamic ranges for each release, as measured by both, R128 dynamic range and crest factor DR score, five songs (“Hazey Jane II,” “One of These Things First,” “Fly,” “Poor Boy,” and “Northern Sky”) from each release, Berkeley Audio Reference Series Alpha DAC. Even as I write this, I’m not 100 percent certain I’ve gotten it all right. When Drake’s manager and producer Joe Boyd sold his Witchseason Productions to Island, he reportedly insisted that Drake’s albums never be deleted from Island’s catalog, convinced that they’d someday find favor among record buyers. I fully agree with you Jud! Frost and Wood built Sound Techniques from the husk of a 19th-century dairy in Chelsea. Instead, Drake sought chart success out of a desire for his music to be heard by as many people as possible. “And I suppose I just kept feeling there was more on the tapes than we were getting [in the initial mixes].”. So try to be true, Even if it's only in your hazey way. It’s how Nick would’ve wanted it. Nick Drake lyrics - 68 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Magic", "Place To Be", "One Of These Things First". I remember there were quite a few takes. It was unique without being weird and very mainstream in many ways….”, Lyrically, “Hazey Jane II” is one of Drake’s most beloved songs. The Ray Warleigh and Lynn Dobson overdubs were probably done at different times.”. Do you curse where you come from, Do you swear in the night Will it mean much to you If I treat you right. “The instrumentals were his idea and inspired by [The Beach Boys’] Pet Sounds and, to a certain extent, [The 5th Dimension’s] The Magic Garden,” Kirby explained in one interview. Throw them over my shoulder I suspect the thorough Steven Wilson reissues will remove some of the suspense, in terms of which version is best. “We’re going to need a pick-up for the viola, an amp, a Fender bass and bass amp, a celeste and a Hammond B-3 organ. Amplification came from a Schiit Ragnarok 1 speaker/headphone amplifier and a Monoprice Monolith THX AAA 887 headphone amplifier. “When I listen to records we made together in the sixties,” he wrote in White Bicycles, “I can still hear the air in the studio and the full dimension of the sounds the musicians created for us. But Warleigh’s sax solos late in the song, which seem to anticipate some of the textures David Bowie would explore later in the decade, give McGregor’s piano work plenty of competition. As a guitarist, I’m sure he knew Django Reinhardt and Joe Pass, his jazz playing was strong and rootsy. When other people who were used to working on sessions would come and work with us there were a lot of raised eyebrows. John was bought down from his Scottish home and he re-mastered the three albums in London. The lack of bass extension on the pre-2000 CD is also obvious. Unlike most sessions, there wasn’t much levity in the air. I also mixed in a Crane Song Solaris DAC and Forssell MDAC-2a. Apparently he self-released Live at Leeds and signed most of the original pressings. You must be out of your fucking mind!” And then I’d have to think about how certain I was about wanting to do something. As Unterberger put it: Critics…identify Drake’s “peak” at their peril, but it may be that Bryter Layter was his most accessible work. True. [Bryter Layter] was a conscious effort on his part to be more commercial…. The first stage concerned the relationship with the artist about the music — what were we really doing here? Do you like what you're doing, He was shaken to the core. Nick Drake - Hazey Jane II Lyrics. “The funds were so limited…most of what we had, we made,” Wood told me. Because releasing Nick Drake on CD was a tad ambitious, Island had to do it as cheaply as possible. Now, I can't stop listening. I babysat the project right up until they were let loose in shops. I may grow older, Nobody knows As the graphs suggest, the original CD and the Heyworth/Wood have a very similar tonal balance on this track. “I recall that he once said that he felt like a novice at being depressed. Heaven in a Wild Flower: An Exploration of Nick Drake. Hazey Jane. There she goes the girl with everything Don’t say a word about her wings Ultimately, it sold a scant 3,000 copies. Recently Added. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Based on the same tuning as Introduction, though capo’d up a tone, it is one of Nick’s great melodies and includes one of his best-known and most revealing lyrics…. (Many were caught by my lovely wife, who's a much better writer than me.). Drake had albums that used symphonic instrumentals to set the tone in mind when planning Bryter Layter. Sunny Days 4:07 £0.79: 2. It was just like no amount of applause or anything else would ever have paid him back the mental effort and energy he had to expend.”, Buoyed by the Royal Festival Hall gig, Boyd booked a tour for Drake. It does sound like a 1970 recording (not lots of very low or very high frequencies), but it's definitely a good listen. Then came the actual recording, in which John took a stronger role than I did, in terms of the process — we’ll have the guitars here and the drums here, that was all John. As with all the great studios in the era before excessive multitracking, the individual facets of a particular room gave each studio a unique sound, and the Sound Techniques live room certainly contributed to the great sounds it produced, with the high ceiling in the middle, the space under the office on the right–hand side that gave such a big string sound, and the sloping floor. Then he played, and they clapped. Hazey jane ii lyrics: And what will happen in the morning when the world it gets so crowded that you can't look out the window in the morning. Drake’s voice anchors the song in the center of the stereo image with Mattacks’s jaunty, propulsive drums pushed deep in the soundstage, intertwining with Pegg’s thundering bass. I think he felt this was going to be the one. Expanding on their writing in the liner notes of the Fruit Tree box, Kirby said, “[B]efore Five Leaves Left came out, Nick and I were working on the instrumental ‘Introduction’ for Bryter Layter…. Always interesting and obviously very well researched! Nick came down for about three or four days…. Because the original master tapes of Bryter Layter have been lost, a new source needed to be found. Like Cale’s contributions to Bryter Layter, McGregor’s performance on “Poor Boy” was serendipitous. While Frost focused on gear, Wood took the role of studio manager, responsible for overseeing most of the sessions at Sound Techniques, including Drake’s. There were never meant to be vocals on this. It was a noticeable development from learning the stuff at The Angel, which was all very skeletal. Hazey Jane Ii lyrics performed by Nick Drake: And what will happen in the morning when the world it gets so crowded that you can't look out the window in the morning. Top Lyrics of 2010. One of my favorite albums is his No Little Boy from 1993, a reworking of some of his own material. When Nick had finished recording his albums, John Wood would go to the cutting rooms and attempt to get all the beautiful sound down onto vinyl in what was known as ‘the cut’. For the subjective analyses, all CD editions were ripped with XLD and played with Audirvana. Lyrics to "Hazey Jane II" by NICK DRAKE: What will happen in the morning / When the world it gets so crowded / That you can't look out the window in the morning? And what will happen in the evening in the forest with the weasel According to Dann, “As with the opening two tracks on the album, ‘Fly’ uses the same tuning as its preceding instrumental. Compared to the original vinyl, a given digital release might lean toward the left on one track, then lean toward the right on the next track. Hey slow jane, make sense Slow, slow, jane, cross the fence. Hazey Jane II And what will happen in the morning when the. In retrospect, Boyd believes Drake’s fear of performing and interviews conspired with changes in the music industry to sink his career: The reasons he wasn’t successful during his lifetime were a combination of fairly simple things. The lack of the fourth instrumental ultimately somewhat undercut the thematic coherence of their use, at least in the vinyl format. Nick’s vocal is a shock too…words tumbling over each other. Lyrics from. When I arrived at Ohio University a few years later, I bought the CD of Drake’s second album, 1971’s Bryter Layter, at Haffa’s Records. I mean, it must have knocked his self-confidence, if nothing else.”. Skip to main content. I said, ‘Nick, we’re out of money, we’re over-budget, and we’re not going to have a special session to record a fourth instrumental.’ He was pissed off.”. “This was going to be the one with a single on it…,” he told Humphries. “I mean, he was distraught before the gig. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: Do you curse where you come from, Do you swear in the night Will it mean much to you If I treat you right. “I said, ‘If Leonard Cohen can do it, we can.’”, Thus, when Drake entered Sound Techniques studio in early 1970 to begin work on Bryter Layter with Boyd and Wood, their shared goal was to make an album that would propel Drake to some measure of commercial success. The same is true of P.P Arnold and Doris Troy’s backing vocals, which tend to blend into an indistinguishable whole on the original CD. But the dam finally broke when music video directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris decided to use Drake’s song “Pink Moon” in their 1999 Volkswagen commercial. Windchimes 8. The result, apparent in all Sound Techniques recordings, was an atmosphere that threaded the needle between the “live” sound of Motown and the “dead” sound of the Record Plant. Drake’s first major concert appearance, at the Royal Festival Hall in September 1969, gave Boyd hope that Drake could make it as a performer on the folk circuit. And what will happen in the evening in the forest. 1. My role was to co-ordinate all of the mastering, the finding of tapes, correcting all the lyrics back to Nick’s original transcripts etc., re-scanning and retouching all of the artwork, and clearing the use of new photos from Keith Morris. By this time my communication with Nick was not as good as it had been on the first album. His death received scant attention even in the British music press, and according to family members he considered himself a failure. “Having made the break before completing his degree, I felt that maybe [he felt] he was letting his father down. Oh poor boy I can only dream of writing this good. (Though of course Martyn was a great deal mellower than McLaughlin, and we can all think of other extraordinary guitarists. ) "Sunday" 3:42: Personnel. “Hazey Jane II” closes with perhaps Drake’s most famous line. They sometimes want everything to be just him and guitar and do not want to believe that, particularly with Bryter Layter, he was crying out for commercial success.”. John Wood loved Nick, and I think took tremendous care, which you can hear in the way it stands up. Lyrically, “One of These Things First” balances the optimism of possibility with the certainty of paths foreclosed. Eliminate live performances, radio exposure - I mean, there isn’t a lot there to get what he did across, and I think that...there were people in America. Thanks so very much for this @JoshM! As Boyd recounted later: They’re curious things because they sort of fit, in a way, but they’re much more mainstream than the songs. I think that his originality and intelligence of what he did...people, once they sit down quietly and listen to a Nick Drake record, very rarely lose interest after that.”. Record Companies are notorious for losing master tapes, I’m not sure what tapes they used to manufacture the CDs from, but they were really poor…. McGregor’s flourishes throughout the track, punctuated by his solo midway through, define the track. And what will happen in the morning when the world it gets so crowded that you can't look out the window in the morning … While the original CD is clearly too bass light on this track, it’s hard to say whether the Heyworth/Wood or the Nunn/Wood strikes the balance best on “Hazey Jane II.” Some might find the latter to be too bassy. He just put his head down and said, “I want to record these instrumentals,” and he wouldn’t really discuss it. And then once the sound was all set up, I got involved again, saying “Let’s do it again a little faster,” or “Let’s do it again a little slower,’ or ‘I don’t like the way you’re singing it.’. He's not that widely known, at least in the US, but had an absolutely prodigal career of about 40 years. Watch the video for Hazey Jane II from Nick Drake's Bryter Layter for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Bryter Layter closes with its third instrumental, the aforementioned “Sunday.” According to Kirby, Boyd tried to get Drake to write lyrics to “Sunday,” but Drake insisted on keeping it as an instrumental. I'm really happy Chris or someone at AS opened the doors for content like this. And what will … For Hazey Jane She’s back again in my mind. Perhaps the strongest of the instrumentals, “Sunday” closes the album, with Kirby’s string arrangement and Ray Warleigh’s flute trading off its repeated melodic figure. Great review! The only digital albums I have are Bryter Later and the compilations "A Treasury" (24/96KHz from SACD rips) and "Way to Blue". Moving from it to the Heyworth/Wood mastering to the Nunn/Wood mastering, the low end increases with each mastering. “All the strings and the flutes and horn arrangements, he and Robert worked those out together,” Boyd told Classic Album Sundays’ Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy in 2013. “It’s one of the few records I’ve been involved with that I do play, all the time. Do you hope to find new ways Of quenching your thirst, Do you hope to find new ways Of doing better than your worst. So of course not only do I have several (or a half-dozen!) Highlight. He made music with a real sensuality — very different from English folk music.”, The entirety of “Fly” consists of Drake on acoustic, Pegg on bass, and Cale on harpsichord and viola. Hey slow, Jane, make sense Slow, slow, Jane, cross the fence. 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