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Dawn Landes — Kids In A Play
Album: Fireproof
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Released: 2008
Length: 3:17
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We are like kids in a play

Set in the Victorian age

We only know what to say

Because we practiced at home

Or rehearsed on the bus

Next to kids just like us

Who couldn't help but think we were weird

And you would open your mouth and it would kill me

Just start to speak of the South, like I had been there

And you would forgive yourself as you map my words

I think it's your turn to leave and throw a fit

And I will mumble and grieve and then sigh

Brings the crowd to their feet and almost makes you cry

What if no one comes

What if we get bored

Will you fit my clothes

If we should switch roles

Here we go

We're like kids in a play

Set in the Victorian age

We only know what to say

Because we practiced at home

Or we rehearsed on the bus

Next to kids just like us

Who couldn't help but think, they couldn't help it

They couldn't help it (x3)
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Holy crap, she's tone deaf! But the Josh Ritter connection was an interesting trivia bit.
 KevinM wrote:
She was married to Josh Ritter for a couple years
 
Umm. Who cares?
at first was a 7...  eventually had to give it a 2. 
Not finding this a pleasant experience.
 dogpound wrote:
eh, RP plays worse.
 

THATs for sure
She was married to Josh Ritter for a couple years
"Last Played:Feb 22, 2011 - 16:10"
 

if only ...
Wait so it's kids in a play in the victorian age, but they rehearsed on a bus,  and, and ... what's that about the South? Is this South England then or France, or are we on the bus and if so is it the back of the bus with Rosa Parks or was that just a one-time thing? Oh whew Tom Petty.
eh, RP plays worse.
Oh my god this woman CANNOT SING.  *sticks forks in ears*