To You

from by Kate O'Callaghan

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    Recorded, mixed and mastered by Mark Black at Dizzy Records, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland.
    Photography by Alison McLaughlin.

    "I celebrate myself, and what I assume you shall assume, for every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you" - Walt Whitman, from Songs of Myself, 1855.

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Written by Kate O'Callaghan.

lyrics

All the fish in the sea
All the birds in the sky
All the time on our hands
To question why

All the years gone by
All the tear's we've cried
All the choices we've made
It brings me to you

There's a clock on the wall
There's a cup on the floor
There's a key to the door
That brings me to you
To you, To you

All the fish in the sea
All the birds in the sky
All the time on our hands
To question why

credits

from To You, released July 1, 2010
Kate O'Callaghan (Lead Vocals)
Jennifer Kimball (Backing Vocals)
Mark Black (Guitar)
Peter Doherty (Double Bass)
Seamus Devenny (Drums and Percussion)

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Kate O'Callaghan County Donegal, Ireland

Kate O'Callaghan is a singer/songwriter based in Donegal, Ireland. Combining evocative melodies with intelligent considered lyrics, she covers a gamut of styles and emotions from Alt. Folk to Jazzy/Blues, the sublime to the cathartic. Evocative, haunting, poignant and refreshingly uplifting, with a unique aspect that explores the less obvious paths tonally as much as the expected. ... more

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