AMANDA PALMER – FLOATING IN A COCKTAIL GLASS

 

“Floating in a Cocktail Glass”

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Based on a poem originally called “Sunlight” by the obscure but recently un-earthed-by-Jason-Webley poet Margaret Rucker.

Please read the whole story HERE: http://amandapalmer.net/floating/

 

Credits:

musical arrangement, piano & vocals: amanda palmer
engineer: benny grotto
recorded at Mad Oak Studio, Allston, MA.

cover art photo by krys fox

SUNLIGHT
by Margaret RuckerFloating in a cocktail glass-
Waves lap softly, thickly,
And trickle through my hair,
Bronzing its duskiness.I wonder why
I never brush against
The crystal walls,
Nor clip off flakes of glass
To sparkle through the gold.Perhaps now I will drown.
It would be nice to die
Sinking lazily deeper down
Into this dreamy sea
Of golden wine

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One Response to “AMANDA PALMER – FLOATING IN A COCKTAIL GLASS”

  1. Marcus Corrigan

    Hi, I just loved the poem written by Margaret Rucker. It is beautifully written. I am looking forward to listening to it through the link of download. Thank you for sharing this. Keep up the good work.

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