Beautiful and pretty chamber acoustic song by June Rosewell.
Artist about the track:
I wrote this song about my mother being ill when I was younger, and the experience of watching her struggle through that. I wanted the song to feel dark but still up close and intimate to emulate that experience.
In the cabinet with the soap Where we would keep your medicine They prescribed to clean your blood When you were all infected Dad said you wouldn’t make it My daddy said you wouldn’t make it You looked so small in your robe Swollen knees, breathing oscillating And I swore I saw your ghost visit me that night in fever dreams And I asked if you would make it cause daddy said you wouldn’t make it Don’t be sad Don’t be sad Mommy Don’t be sad Go to bed Mommy Melissa Go to bed Sleep now Mommy Don’t be sad Sleep now Sleep now Sleep now Sleep now Sleep now Sleep now
Tag acoustic, folk, indie, indie folk, June Rosewell, Medicine, Nashville, slowcore, United States