A song about falling in love for the first time + losing someone so dear + extremist = DISASTER ...
Your smile, and the gin that I dropped on the floor,
You tell me but I ask for more, and we just laugh out loud.
Hands sweat, the smoke blows and I want to kiss you,
You speak of the man who has raised you, and there’s hurt in those green eyes.
So whyyyyyy, do I feel this way?
Your eyessssss, oh green butterflies, oh fly, away.
When you smile, it makes all of my hairs stand,
Your neck, shoulder, lips I can taste you. Will it always be this way?
But its you, your heart of gold your laugh and your soft touch.
Your name on my phone I don’t love much, but I do now you’re here.
But you, you are the one I never thought that I could find.
And you, you are the one, that can make me lo se my mind.
And for, oh one more day another year that I could share with you .
These years that passed us by, another story I would give it all – cause I would give it all.. to spend some time with him.
from Read Me Write,
track released September 1, 2019
All songs written by Amy Papiransky PRS/MCPS
Amy Papiransky - vocals and keys
Innes Watson - electric guitar and fiddle
Graham Rorie - mandolin and fiddle
Charlie Stewart - double bass and fiddle
Rory Matheson - keys
John Lowrie - percussion
Since making the final of the BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year, Amy Papiransky has continued to carve her name in
the Scottish music scene.
“A bit of Dolly and a bit of Carole King with the piano, and a real tie in with good country writing over her stunning Scottish accent!” – BRIT and Ivor Novello Award Winning Singer/Songwriter KT Tunstall....more
Just the most fun. Every set is one I want to sit down and learn, and they play with so much ENERGY and STYLE. Crunchy, tangible sound. I'll never get tired of listening to Kinnaris Quintet play. andpersand