June 27, 2011

when when when we’re older / can i still come over?

A flawless open-hearted song: for those easy connections that just keep working, and for being grateful.

In a silent way we lie under heavy drapes
just to mask away the light from the coming day

When, when, when we’re older
can I still come over?

Hold our naked sheets, our colored breaths we’ll see
your hair knots on top of me, oh how the heart it beats

When, when, when we’re older
can I still come over
can I still come over?

Milo Greene is from Los Angeles, and this is from their incandescent, hazy-summer feeling Hello Sessions from earlier this year.



[thanks Adam!]

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3 Comments »

  • Song grows on you really quickly…Like it.

    Jon — June 28, 2011 @ 2:06 pm

  • This is excellent! Too bad they aren’t for sale. Hopefully we’ll see a proper release very soon.

    Justin — June 28, 2011 @ 8:07 pm

  • On Ryan Adams I caught his wonderful Oxford gig last week in the sweltering heat of what has turned out to be the British summer. He was on great form including a stellar version piano version of NEw York New York, a very bluesy “Carolina Rain” and a brilliant new song “Shadows in the night”. It was in essence an Acoustic Greatest Hits with every song you would want him to play on display and stacks from “Heartbreaker”. He was also very funny with his anecdote about “King Duck” very witty and his description of the city of Dreamy Spires as a Magic Kingdom absolutely spot on. A great night and a great new album produced by Glyn Johns in the offing.

    Muddydwaters — July 2, 2011 @ 2:45 pm

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