A song called “Even the Trees”   by  Rumi Fujita

 

 

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  1. Thank you for posting, AnneMarie, you work so quickly! I’m really glad you like it, and I hope Zac like it too, but maybe he laughs at my bass, wish he teaches me how to play so emotional and agressive way.

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  2. This song even sounds a bit Japanese 😀 Who’s that singing? And I do not think Zac would laugh at you. Quite the opposite: It would touch him, I am sure 🙂

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    1. Thank you and glad you like this Anja ❤ I do hope Zac like these songs I made….
      the vocal is my bandmate, he plays guitars too. Plus drums we're three pieces band. I write lrycs and melody, play piano, keyboards, synthesizer, bass and vocals. In this song my guitarist is main vocal.

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  3. AMAZING SONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It should be release as a single really! And the singer’s voice is really great. Is that a new song you were working on a few months ago? Zac is probably green of envy right now 😉 about well this song sounds.

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  4. The snow is on its way and nothing has been changed
    The wind in your hair still seduces me
    Winter can always pass those pale moons are floating
    A braze of colour falling since summer was stolen away

    Even the trees are freezing
    Love lost in lies was never meant to be
    Even the trees are freezing
    A broken heart leaves faded

    The wind has lost its strength and waves are washed away
    So hull down our sail and mourn for winter
    Like silent seas under ice not a word was spoken
    You know when summer returns I wish to set sail again

    The snow is on its way and nothing has been changed
    The wind in your hair still surrounds me
    This country stands so alone those pale moons are floating
    A blaze of colours falling since summer was stolen away, away

    And it’s cold and it’s dark and you’re alone in the dark

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