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Kristina Vaughan - Watercolours (Clip officiel)

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Published on Jun 28, 2019

WATERCOLOURS (lyrics)

These watercolours will fade.
These leaves will turn brown and fall.
This blue sky will turn to grey,
But for now, this waterfall
Is carrying me down.
I am enjoying the ride.
I want you to turn me
Inside out and tell me:

I’m in love, I'm in love, I'm in love with you.

This feeling is gaining power
Now the horses have been freed.
They’re careening in the haze
And my word is getting louder.
There’s a thing I almost said.
There’s a kiss I almost gave.
There’s a promise being made
In our hunger.

I’m in love, I'm in love, I'm in love with you.

These watercolours will stay.
These aren’t leaves, they are needles.
I am dancing in the rain.
If they come closer, they will hear us.
Whisper to me: “You’re my joy”,
Now I’ve learnt to prowl your waters.
I hear you turning me inside out
And telling me:

I’m in love, I'm in love, I'm in love with you.

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KRISTINA VAUGHAN :

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SINGER-SONGWRITER Kristina Vaughan explores the art of loving in songs that evoke running water, broken cliffs and angry skies.
Influenced by such fine musicians as Tori Amos, Fiona Apple, Sinead O'Connor or French chansonnier Léo Ferré, she lends her voice, tinted with Irish accents, to original songs on her debut album "The Art of Love". These have been arranged for the piano, for the cello & backup vocals (Marie Potosniak) and for drums (Rafaël Meyrier).

IMPRESSIONS d'eau qui court, de falaises escarpées, de ciels d'orage... L'autrice-compositrice-interprète Kristina Vaughan puise son inspiration chez les maîtres de la chanson anglo-saxonne (Tori Amos, Sinead O'Connor, Fiona Apple) et de la chanson française (Léo Ferré).
De sa voix aux accents irlandais, elle chante les différentes facettes de l’art d’aimer sur son premier album "The Art of Love", dont les 12 chansons originales ont été arrangées pour le piano, le violoncelle et les choeurs (Marie Potosniak) et pour la batterie (Rafaël Meyrier).

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