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We were awake before the window's call for the sunlight to fall and spill across my floor, warmly licking at the boards. And so the room was dark, but for the light of the parking lot, when for work she arose and gathered up her clothes. She gave me a kiss then walked on out the door. She was born of the woods. She was born of the sky. She was born of the trees. And, in the winter on the north side of Chicago, she was born unto me. It's been two months, it's been two months and it feels like I'm always sleeping when she's around. She's gotta go to school. She's got to work late, and I've got to work in the morning. And, my guitar is a full-time job. And so the room is dark, but for the light of the parking lot, when for work I arise and look into her eyes. I give her a kiss, then I close the door behind. She was born of the woods. She was born of the sky. She was born of the trees. And, in the winter on the north side of Chicago, she was born unto me. She was born of the woods. She was born of the sky. She was born of the trees. And, in the winter on the north side of Chicago, she was born unto me.

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from Where Do You Hide Your Love Songs?, released March 9, 2010
Jared Grabb: banjo, organ, vocals
Erin Ivey: backing vocals
Mike Lust: recording
Carl Saff: mastering

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Jared Grabb's earnest brand of indie/Americana creates low-key anthems for all working class dreamers.

Based out of Peoria, Illinois.

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