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from The Vineyard EP by far beyond frail

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She phoned me from Europe and asked, “What happened in Japan?” I haven’t been the same since. - David


Minnesota’s sleeping under a blanket of snow
Makes all the things that happened feel so long ago
My attempts at ‘I’m sorry’ haven’t done much to break the ice
And I’m almost able to breathe
It’s been hard without you
I still remember you

Maybe you’ll be better off to forget me

Minnesota’s weeping and I feel it in my bones
Hasn’t helped me get over how I used to call you home
Of all the things that I regret it’s you that hurts the most
And I’ve almost been able to sleep
So hard without you
I still remember you

Maybe you’ll be better off to forget me
Maybe you’ll be better off now that you’ve forgotten me


from The Vineyard EP, released February 1, 2004
Written by David Cecil
© 2002 Butterfly Sketches Publishing (ASCAP)


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far beyond frail Kansas City

far beyond frail is a songwriting duo composed of Sharlynn Verner and David Cecil. Formed in 2002 while studying music on Martha’s Vineyard, a small island off the coast of Cape Cod, they combine edgy love songs with stunning female vocals to create music that ranges from breathy and playful to moody and daring. ... more

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