hound

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if I could ramble like a mourning hound

she took off in the meadow
around here they call her a black dog

he stood to watch her go in a field of grey
all wet with snow
he drank and he played his banjo
he sang twee twang all night long
he drank and he played his banjo
warbles in the spring
oh I warble in the snow

over the mountains
wherever she go
over the mountain cold coyote calls
where is she now
over the mountain wherever she go
you hear J.V. I love you so

if I could ramble like a mourning hound
I’d wear my hair down

she took off in the meadow
around here they call me a black dog

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from crows, released May 14, 2014

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dogwood Vancouver, British Columbia

On the edge of the Pacific, the end of February brings with it the rare snowfall, crisp sunny mornings, cold dreary days, and tiny crocuses sprouting on front lawns. Inspired by sweet love, heartache, desire, confusion, friendship, wanderlust, trust, and the rawness and beauty of nature, dogwood found itself once again creating. dogwood is ellorie mcknight & chloe laberge ... more

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