Snö (Single)

by The Cassettes

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A single for “Snö” from “Writing Analog Letters (A Collection)” Released in 2010 to commemorate a snowstorm that spread through DC and originally recorded during the blizzard of 2003 in Arlington, VA. Originally included on the Australian issue of ‘Neath The Pale Moon. Contains an exclusive B-side of a track by the Swedish pop/folk act New Moscow.

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released 14 February 2010

"Snö" by The Cassettes: Shelby Cinca, Saadat Awan, Stephen Guidry, Arthur Harrison, Nick Kraly. Contrabass by Tom Bernath. "Slow Down" by New Moscow/David Fransson.

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Track Name: Snö
The snow is fallin' down
Coverin' my town
I'll wander 'lone
Hopin' that you've come home
Two months seem like years
Since I've had you near
Whoa

I've made a balloon
That'll make time be soon

The snow is fallin' down
It's covered my home town
This cabin was once my home
Half-story half-alone
Whoa

I've made a balloon
That'll make time be soon

'Neath the pale moon
Don't worry it's mornin' soon


The snow is fallin' down
Coverin' my town
I'll wander 'lone
Hopin' that you've come home
Track Name: Slow Down
I’ve got no questions for you
There’s no answeres to be found
While you keep on talking
I will find my way somehow
I can’t see the road i’m walking on
Landscape of blinding lights
Please call me when you’re about to slow down

All you lonely people
You’re just the same as us
We all have our reasons
Don’t know who to blame or trust
Can you see the road you’re walking on
Where do you spend those lonely night
Please call me when you’re about to slow down

Let me hear you laughing
Let me clear my eyes
Should i answer when you’re asking
Can you hear me through my lies
The roads we walked were winding
I’ll think of you tonight
Please call me when you’re about to slow down