Mopher Crook - Oh my son (artwork faeton music)

Mopher Crook – Oh my son

Bluesy track by Mopher Crook

Artist about the track:

Oh my son speaks of longing and regret – its overwhelming sense of melancholy epitomised through the woozy blue guitar that licks around the main vocal. I imagine the protagonist with their head in their hands, falling into that darkness, being swallowed by the uncontainable feelings of sorrow and longing, whispering “oh my son” to himself as he falls deeper and deeper.

LYRICS:

What am I supposed to do baby? 
When falling rain cries for the sunshine? 

Quintessential love on my mind. 

Sprawling melodies all point the right way to you. 
Quintessential love on my mind. 

Oh my son 
Oh my son 

Where you from baby? 
Have you ever seen 
A burning sky? 
Purple limosines 
Rock and roll machines 
Pouring, soaking me. 

Call my serenade a lie. 
Quintessential love on my mind. 

Oh my son 
Oh my son 
Oh my son 
Oh my son

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