I Don't Believe in Ghosts

by kindlewood

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"I Don't Believe in Ghosts" is kindlewood's debut EP.

Learn more about kindlewood at www.kindlewood.co.

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released 18 November 2010
All lyrics by Kelci E. Smith (ASCAP). Music by Kelci E. Smith, Galen Smith (ASCAP) and Jamison M. Lyman (ASCAP).

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kindlewood Washington D.C., D.C.

Meticulously constructed vocals, lush fingerstyle guitar, scattered percussion, and a haunting, ethereal, female voice all converge in the D.C ./Baltimore-based "dream folk-rock" group, Kindlewood. The independent trio is fronted by Kelci Smith and backed by her husband, Galen Smith and their friend, Jamison Lyman. ... more

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Track Name: I Don't Believe in Ghosts
Follow me to the outskirts of town
To the hill by the chapel where the preacher's found
There lays stone in rows marked by Janes and Joes
Flowers, notes and loved ones go

And I'm pushing up daisies
But I don't believe in ghosts
No I don't believe in ghosts

Look around, take the scenery in
All the dead in their coffins looking grim
There I lie beside, all the teary eyes
Don't you know I'm better off

(c) 2010 - Kelci E. Smith (ASCAP)
Track Name: Sea Glass & Shooting Stars
Why, why, why wide world
Why, wide world
Tell me, why, why wide world
Why wide world

Picture’s painted ground’s leveled and sloped
The atmosphere takes frame around its masterpiece
Captivating eyes for miles to see
Tell me why wide world

Realize, take account of
The rise and fall, in and out, here and there breath, breathe
Raise your gaze to see the shooting star
Do you even know
Who you’re really looking for

Darkness falls as a cover round my face
The heavens beckon moonshine in its first phase
Awaken dreams about a sunny place
Tell me why wide world

Do you know who breathed
Inhale, exhale, breathe
Inhale, exhale, breathe

(c) 2010 - Kelci E. Smith (ASCAP)
Track Name: Filibuster
Like, like, like
Um, um, um
So on, so on, so forth, so on
Like, um, like
What filibuster can I muster
This monologue’s a bit lack luster

Shut my mouth
Streams and leaves and rocks and trees
Need no clever eulogies
Don’t let quiet moments and in between pass you by
Shut my mouth
Beautiful things speak for themselves

(c) 2010 - Kelci E. Smith (ASCAP)
Track Name: Pretty Pretty Wild
You stir me
I’m following the scent you leave me
Reading on the page you marked for me

Watch me
Savoring the fruit from your tree
I can’t understand your ways so carefree

You reach me
Coming up for air you teach me
Catch me I know you’ll always be there for me

(c) 2010 - Kelci E. Smith (ASCAP)
Track Name: Song Letter
Words on a page can describe so little
What can I say to contain so much
Pens have strokes like birds have their feathers
But movement carries them

Notes on a page can describe so little
What can I say to contain so much
Bars and measures have their own time
But music carries them

Ba da da da dum
Ba da da da dum

Whispers and thoughts can be sometimes fickle
Tongues can betray the heart inside
Melodies and soulful song
Always speak the most

(c) 2010 - Kelci E. Smith (ASCAP)