Yellow Flowers

from by The Family of Man

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    A physical copy of our album "The Way" encased in art by Wilfred Galila which you can hold close to your heart. Each copy includes a short handwritten note from the band.

    Includes unlimited streaming of The Way via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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lyrics

Written by Wilfred Galila

I see your big brown eyes
they're looking kind of lazy
I hear your soft sweet voice
it's sounding kind of hazy
I wonder if you love me
and you replied maybe
this feeling in my heart
is driving me crazy

but I know that it's true it's true
like a sparkle of morning dew
on a field of yellow flowers
in the sun

you are near and yet so far
when we're alone lately
like a ripple of a distant dream
I want to reach you baby
there's a warm place in my heart
that often time feels empty
and when you are away
I'm feeling kind of lonely

but I know that it's true it's true
like a sparkle of morning dew
on a field of yellow flowers
in the sun

it's true it's true
that I
loved you

credits

from The Way, released October 18, 2012
Wilfred Galila - Vocals, Guitar
Aliyah Cline - Accordion, Backing Vocals
Dominic Mercurio - Percussion, Backing Vocals

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The Family of Man San Francisco, California

A foggy blend of aural vistas, earthy rhythms, and enchanting lullabies from the northern woods that lie near the cusp between land and sea over yonder.

A heady mix of folk, blues, and rock blended with a touch of everything in between, their music can be best described as whimsical, poignant, visceral, magical, somber, joyful, and downright real.
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