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So, uh​.​.​. 🤔 thanks for stopping by? feat. Jennifer Nordmark & The Rootstock Republic String Quartet

from Confetti in a Coalmine by Matt DeMello

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lyrics

Every year at half past midnight on January 27th,
Wolfgang rolls over in his grave as I get one step closer to heaven.
But yesterday he said to me,
Something very strange indeed,
That if one day we should disagree,
Then I should make like the Biebs and love myself in this harmony:

'Cuz I'm too happy to be sad and blue,
with friends like you,
I swear it's true!
And I'm too sunny for this raincloud day,
with smiles as strange,
As centigrade.
I know, I know there will be snow,
For so few tomorrows as in years ago,
When I was barely old enough to know,
How lucky a poor sap like me,
Could hope to be,
So fancy free.
I hear, I hear your heartfelt cheers,
Wishing me a hundred thousand years,
Before I should expect my slow inevitable death,
Which is why I couldn't be any more simply more tickled that you're here.

So thanks for stopping by!

credits

from Confetti in a Coalmine, released July 29, 2022
Disney princess choir Backup vocals - Jennifer Nordmark, recorded and engineered by Matthew DeMello at the Satellite of Love 2.0, December 2nd, 2020.

The Rootstock Republic String Quartet is:
Cello - Andrew Borkowski
Viola - Inalvys Paris-Cabello
Violins - Jarvis Benson & Juliette Jones

Recording engineered and session conducted by Andrew "Roo" O'Donnell at NEWSPACE Audio, September 6th, 2019.

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