Birds

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Verse: I wear a demeanor made of bright pretty things What she wears, what she wears, what she wears Birds singing on my shoulder In harmony it seems How they sing, how they sing, how they sing Pre-Chorus: Give me nights of solitude Red wine, just a glass or two Brick land in a hand but gone upon the evening I’ll pretend that it’s no thing That’s keeping my heart when I think Of you thinking of me, babe, I’m crazy over you Chorus: Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah! Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah! There’s something in the water Something in the water Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah! There’s something in the water That makes me love you like I do ..

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Josefina from Patzun Guatemala relaxes in her Guatemalan Hammock and listens to the birds in my backyard. Her Mayan Huipil (overblouse) is hand-woven on a backstrap loom. For more pictures of 18″ Dolls in traditional Maya dress and learn about what a back-strap loom is check out terraexperience.com . Can you identify the birds by sound?

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