Dario Ré EP

by Dario Ré

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1.
Ring On 03:24
we’ll kneel in the grass and bow to the moon our hands will dance with roots of the tree near the porch where I sang to you and wrote for me a sugar maple near the porch sweet as an orange, tall, wanderless our child is tall and wonderful ring on joy reads the angels ring on ring on joy reads the angels ring on
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behind the rock we used to eat upon in our last days on the mountain a drop of water waits above her pool of friends perched on the wing of a glacier lily in the spring spring water, spring water, water spring our strides align at a bend in the path near the wetland one can see city lights from here Sweet Creek Falls whisper tales from Pacific Ocean shores elbow deep in the sand, barnacle sand, the tide is out pomegranate clouds sleepless lights compete our baby boy out with the sun midnight streets painted with light painted with light painted with light painted with light painted with light in the glow from reflective cast in the city back lit silhouette of a skunk at my feet I ask the sky where’s the moon and why my vision’s gone blurry and why cacophonous crowds and a kid song can clear things up pomegranate clouds sleepless lights compete our baby boy out with the sun midnight streets painted with light painted with light painted with light painted with light painted with light
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lip-stained glass, rainbow on the window sill it looked half-full, just before it spilled water runs like our cat across the room we and tides humbled by the moon blinks and nods guiding to a dreamland where waves walk home, tucked into a bed of sand it feels so warm having harnessed all the sun today meet my friends, they sing from far away black, white, grey: capturing a landscape sights and soul surface on the page draw me a house with love and light within erase the lock; this is where we begin

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released February 22, 2012

recorded by Pascal Des Marais and Vincent Bouchard at Bés Musique in Sherbrooke, Québec
mixed and mastered by Pascal Des Marais of Productions Musi Marais
guitar and vocals by Dario Ré

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Dario Ré Spokane, Washington

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Spokane, Washington and lead for the indie folk band, Heat Speak.

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