The Passage

by The Jessica Stuart Few

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    releases October 25, 2016

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Lost Friends
3.
Shame On You
4.
One Day
5.
03:34
6.
Same Girl
7.
Without You (feat. Elizabeth Shepherd)
8.
Breathing From The Belly
9.
Twice (Little Dragon, arr. J. Stuart)
10.
Only Girl (In The World) [Rihanna, arr. J. Stuart]
11.
How To Ride A Bicycle
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Passage

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releases October 25, 2016

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The Jessica Stuart Few Toronto

Called “amazingly charming” by Canadian icon Don Ross, The Jessica Stuart Few is one of Canada’s hottest new sounds in eclectic indie folk. Joni Mitchell-esque lyrics with heavy grooves on Japanese koto (13-stringed harp), guitar, bass & drums, the mix is unconventional yet somehow obvious, reminiscent of Joanna Newsom with the indie-jazz sensibility of Stereolab. ... more

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Track Name: Easier Said Than Done
Take a little, give a lot
And never take it personal
Try new things
Never let them see you’re feeling low
Give me time to play a while

Look both ways and love your neighbor
Keep the motivation high
Only way that you’ll fail
Is to let persistence die
Give me time to play a while
Play a while

It’s what you do and not what you’ve said
Saying it is easier
Living well, well it’s hard
Even when you’ve got it good
Give me time to play a while
Play a while

It’s so hard, it’s hard

Take a little, give a lot
and never take it personal
Try new things
Like maybe I should let my feelings show
Give me time to play a while
Play a while
Track Name: The Letter
I got a letter from my friend across the water - really turned my lights back on
“I’m writing to you,” he said, “from the highest mountain that I’ve ever been up on
I remember when we spent that year together, winds had never felt as strong
You told me to tell when I felt that way again, so here it is one letter long.”

The whole world over, I’m searching for my four-leaf clover
The whole world over, just watch it turn around (and around and around)

I read his letter and I thought about my life here – urban living, life in song.
I always think about the times when I could travel, choosing as I went along
It gets much harder as your rooting’s getting stronger – more belongings, more stacked on
I just can’t forget to take the time I need to wander – mind and body can’t be wrong

Running around, flying around, break the ground, find new people town after town
Free up your mind, take on new style, making time, do it while you’re still feeling fine

The whole world over, I’m searching for my four-leaf clover.
The whole world over, just watch it turn around (and around and around)
The whole world over