Spring of Teal

from Dealing With Liquids by Kamakura

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    The bonus track is a studio recorded demo for 'Sex' which we'll be putting on our next album. It's 3 minutes and 47 seconds of utter raunchy goodness. Feel the love!

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about

In the old days the family used to sit around the fire at night; talking. Then came TV and dinner moved from the dinner table to a tray on your lap - though still, it was a family event. Now, though, computers are pulling the family apart. We spend all our time on them ... doing what we do.

This song, like Sincerity Machine, is about the perils of falling in love on the internet.

lyrics

When you came into my life I was doing fairly well
and I believed the walls I had built would last
a thousand years or more
It was if a ‘Spring of Teal’ had arrived to tear apart
my quiet life destroy my solitude
and muddy the waters deep.

I’ve got no one to talk to any more
except a window on the screen
I can’t share my thoughts with anyone I know
And I can’t accept what’s plain to see
I can’t accept what’s plain to see

I don’t know what to do and I don’t know what to think
Yet I know the walls I’ve built are crumbling around my feet
It was if a ‘Spring of Teal had arrived to tear apart
my quiet life
destroy my solitude muddy the waters deep

I’ve got no one to talk to anymore
except a window on the screen
I can’t share my thoughts with anyone I know
And I can’t accept what’s plain to see

If this is love I don’t know what to say
If this is love I don’t know what to do
I’m so confused it’s tearing me apart
I’m like an angst ridden teen I’m feeling blue
like an angst ridden teen I’m feeling blue
Feeling blue

credits

from Dealing With Liquids, released July 1, 2010
Written by Nick Calvert & Mick Dorey. Performed by Kamakura.

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Kamakura Wales, UK

Nick Calvert started Kamakura as a one man project band.

It organically grew to a three piece with the addition of Mick Dorey (keys), Mark Wright (Guitar), and 'Dealing With Liquids' was recorded,

Kamakura's final iteration was a five piece, with Nick Ward (Drums) and and Martin Haslam (Bass). They toured England, then split.
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