All your women things SINGLE

by Formerly Marie / Enfant sauvage

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This is a SINGLE about lost relationships, forgotten love & dark romanticism.

Tracks interpreted is "All your women things" (Bill Callahan (Smog) / "The Doctor Came at Dawn" 1996). We haven't the rights on original score and we don't make money with these cover. The music is recorded in Camille Michel's home (Paris), otherwise the voice is captured in Pierre's house (Clermont-Ferrand).

Interprétation du morceau "All your women things" (Bill Callahan (Smog) / "The Doctor Came at Dawn" 1996). On ne possède aucun droit sur l’œuvre originale et on ne perçoit aucun profit financier par le biais de cette interprétation. La musique est enregistrée chez Camille Michel à Paris (rue des couronnes), tant dit que le chant est capté chez Pierre à Clermont-Ferrand.

Music / Musique : Formerly Marie / Camille Michel (camillemichel.com)
Voices / Chants : Enfant sauvage / Pierre (enfantsauvage.infos.st)

Artwork : Camille Michel

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released June 16, 2016

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Track Name: All your woman things (Smog cover)
All your women things
All your frilly things
Scattered 'round my room
Right where you left them
When you left them
Scattered 'round my room

All your hardness
All your softness
And your mercy

All your bridges and bras
Your cotton
And gauze
All your buckles and straps
Releases and traps
All your screws
And false nails
Oriental winks
And egyptian veils

Oh all of these things
I gathered them
And I made a dolly
I made a dolly
A spread-eagle dolly
Out of your frilly things

Why couldn't I have loved you
This tenderly
When you were here
In the flesh
So tenderly

How could I ignore
Your left breast
Your right breast

How could I ignore
Your hardness
Your softness
And your mercy

Well it's been seven years
And the thought of your name
Still makes me
Weak in the knees

How could I ignore
Your left breast
Your right breast