Song Lyric Sunday: Minnow and the Trout.A Fine Frenzy.

This is part of Song Lyric Sunday  and the theme for this week is to share a song you’ve heard recently for the first time and fell in love with.  It is open to anyone who wants to share music, so please feel free to click the link, read the rules and post one of your own.


Song Lyric Sunday is the brain child of Helen Espinosa of This life One Word at a time.  Pingback and Rules here.

Now this is very hard for me because I love most songs. So what am I to do, what song can I choose.

Well  I love Fine Frenzy. I discovered her because someone recommend her on a website I was using at the time called Last F M.

I listen to one track and fell in love with the whole Album which is called One Cell In The Sea

I  bought the  album  and  have  loved it  ever  since.  I have  bent  the  rules  as  this  was not  a song  I  heard recently   but I  loved it  at  first  hearing  and  still  do!! I do love  this  song  and  the  whole Album  I  really  hope  you do  too!

A FINE FRENZY LYRICS

“The Minnow & The Trout”

Help me out said the minnow to the trout
I was lost and found myself swimming in your mouth
Help me chief
I’ve got to plans for you and me
I swear upon this riverbed
I’ll help you feel young again

Not your every day circumstance
Hummingbird taking coffee with the ants

Please, I know that we’re different
We were one cell in the sea in the beginning
And what we’re made of was all the same once
We’re not that different after all

Help me out said the eagle to the dove
I’ve fallen from my nest so high above
Help me fly
I am too afraid try
Now saddled with a fear of heights
I’m praying you can set me right

Not your everyday circumstance
Elephant sharing peanuts with the rats
And I said

Please, I know that we’re different
We were one cell in the sea in the beginning
And what we’re made of was all the same once
We’re not that different after all

We are tied in history
Connected like a family

Please, I know that we’re different
We were one cell ienzyn the sea in the beginning
And what we’re made of was all the same once
All the same
We’re not that different after all

Lyrics from  A to Z
THANK  YOU  HELEN  FOR  THE CHANCE  TO SHARE!

 

13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. inkedautist
    Aug 14, 2016 @ 16:35:56

    Great song. Thanks for sharing. New to me too so that’s great.

    Reply

  2. Helen Espinosa
    Aug 14, 2016 @ 16:51:21

    I discovered A Fine Frenzy a few years ago and LOVE her music. It’s so simple and yet so beautiful. The lyrics are amazing as well. I don’t think you broke the rules at all. I remember when I first heard the song “Almost Lover”. I listened to that on repeat for months, so I think it fits to post a memory of when you first discovered a singer you love. Thanks, Willow! ❤

    Reply

  3. 1EarthUnited
    Aug 14, 2016 @ 18:09:43

    Such a pretty voice, thanks for sharing this! Hope all is well Willow, have a nice week ahead. 🙂

    Reply

  4. LindaGHill
    Aug 14, 2016 @ 20:39:44

    What a great song! I love her voice. 🙂 Thank you for sharing, Willow! 🙂

    Reply

  5. Lynz Real Cooking
    Aug 15, 2016 @ 00:57:26

    Thanks for sharing Willow!

    Reply

  6. Paul
    Aug 16, 2016 @ 19:57:39

    Cool song Willow – I’ve not heard it before. Thank You.

    Reply

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