Ivory West | Watching Trains

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Watching Trains

by Ivory West

This is a compilation of all of my latest music. It is simply the result of shaky break ups and the changing of seasons; growing older and getting brighter; drinking chai and chilling out. Have a listen :)
Genre: Easy Listening: Love Songs
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1. Crumbs
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2. 369
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3. Psalm 84
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4. Ode to Autumn
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5. Fallin' Away (Snowflake)
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6. Well Played Card (Stupid Boy)
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7. Song for A Valentine
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8. Hosea 6:3
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9. Love, I've Loved You
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10. The Train Song
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Album Notes
This album is definitely my favorite so far. If you listen to it, you'll know me pretty well.

"Ode to Autumn" is a folky pop song that is easy to get lost in. It started out as a poem, but i decided i liked it too much to leave it that way. I wrote it when I noticed the ridiculous amount of leaves I had in my yard that needed raking. :P I just realized how easy it is to be inspired when you aren't trying to be inspired. A leaf fell. I wrote as fast as I could; and rhymed with no strategy. It turned out to be my favorite.

"The Train Song" and "Well Played Card": about an angry, heartbroken girl..hephmm...that let her frustration out in, not one (mind you), but TWO songs. ;)

Then there is "Song for A Valentine". This song is so sweet for one reason: it was written for an 81 year old man's wife for Valentines Day. He asked me to write his lovely wife a song, and sing it to her (February 14) in a local bookstore. So we called each other back and forth and he told me about their "courting" years. And their marriage of 58 years. "Song for A Valentine" was the result.

This album is very sarcastic, I won't lie. But not in it's entirety. It is the perfect album to listen to going into or getting out of a relationship. Or when you are simply feeling poetic. If nothing else, it will give you a chuckle and an urge to snap your fingers.


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