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lyrics

dress in all black
play inside your own mind
let their foul mouths
criticize your own kind
young boys
they spill their own truths
to oppose you

circular core
stems in archaic form
blossoming more
ikebana film noir
sweet scents
they cut through black fume
into your room

suspect shadows
stretching ten fold
dark flower
in full bloom
deep tones
consume
dark flower
in full bloom
deep drones
consume

dress in all rose
mill about your own prose
let their foul souls
trample on your stone throws
young boys
they spill their own truths
to oppose you

windows frame the landscape
that steal your heart's mind away
no!!!
I swear I will go someday
oh all these sunsets call me to that other realm
I see it all now
I feel it all
can I go now?
can I go now?
can I go now?

suspect shadows
stretching ten fold
dark flower
in full bloom
deep tones
consume
dark flower
in full bloom
deep drones
consume

divine mother
holds me
feed me
speaks so clearly
shows me
I'm free
chromatic specs
fill me
wake me
emotional
voices
guide me

suspect shadows
stretching ten fold
dark flower
in full bloom
deep tones
consume
dark flower
in full bloom
deep drones
consume

credits

from When the Birds Begin to Walk, released July 21, 2016
Personnel:
Coco Columbia- Vocals, Keys, Drums, Percussion
Grant Sayler- Guitar
Damian Erskine- Bass

Written by Coco Columbia, Grant Sayler
Recorded by Sacha Muller
Produced by Coco Columbia, Sacha Muller
Mixed by Sacha Muller, Coco Columbia
Mastered by Dana White

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Coco Columbia Portland, Oregon

Portland singer-songwriter and drummer Coco Columbia fuses infectious indie-pop melodies, off-kilter rhythmic feels, dreamy-eyed electro-soul soundscapes, and jazzy harmony to create her own brand of bumpin' space-age future-pop.

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