I’ll Bring You a Song

11 Oct

You all are the best. You been with us for 2 or 4 or 7 years now, most of you. That’s meant 5 albums and almost 1,000 shows from our end, and we’ve loved every damn minute on the stage and mile on the highway. It’s time for TUS to take a quick break, maybe just for the next few months (who’re we kidding? we won’t be able to stay off the road for more than 2 weeks…) while we work on a whole bunch of projects we’re pretty excited about. More to

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come on those. And TUS will be back soon. But we thought we owed you a homemade loving lullaby in the meantime, just to keep you company while we’re out to lunch (and complete with Lucy Elliott on the dirty dishes – listen carefully…)

I’ll Bring You a Song

“To hold your breath forever is to lose it in the end -
you have to let it out and let it in,”
you screamed to me as we were tumbling, cartwheeling the corn
in tribute to the seed we’d thrown to spring.
The summer in its fast fires and its dry skies
an altogether wilder burning thing…

However perfect, flawed, or far, may we remember as we part:
the road does not have to be hard, but it will be long.
I’ll count in rings around the trees, kick up seasons laid in leaves,
until the next time that we meet, and I’ll bring you a song.

The weather wasn’t always with us.
Still, we worked long, and the harvest was good.
Another life awaits me to the west now -
a forest on the isle of the linden wood.
I’ll walk a while through that land,
until I know I always understood…

However perfect, flawed, or far, we may remember as we part:
the road does not have to be hard, but it will be long.
I’ll count in rings around the trees, kick up seasons laid in leaves,
until the next time that we meet, and I’ll bring you a song.

Time and time again, I take my troubles to the wind.
I wind them up, and they begin to helicopter off and laugh

and scream and burn and breathe and float and softly sing…However perfect, flawed, or far, may they remember as we part:
the road does not have to be hard, but it will be long.
I’ll count in rings around the trees, kick up seasons laid in leaves,
until the next time that we meet, and I’ll bring you a song.
Until the next time that we meet, and I’ll bring you a song.

LuV,
tUs!

3 Responses to “I’ll Bring You a Song”

  1. roger mcwilliams October 18, 2012 at 9:17 am #

    Beautiful song, great lead vocals and SUPERB background!!

  2. miranda miller December 14, 2012 at 9:31 am #

    such beautiful music- can’t wait to see you guys live again

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