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KUDZU (lyrics from a poem by Beth Ann Fennelly. Used by permission) Music © & Ⓟ 2015 Claire Chamblin Holley/Olivia’s Attic Music (ASCAP)


Listen, kin and stranger
when I go to the field and lie down,
let my stone be a native stone (tag)


Let the deer come at dusk
from the woods behind the church.
and let them nibble acorns off my grave.


Then let the kudzu blanket me,
for I always loved the heat,
and let its hands rub out my name,
for I always loved


Let the deer come at dusk
from the woods behind the church.
and let them nibble acorns off my grave.

ooooohhhh

Listen, kin and stranger
when I go to the field and lie down,
let my stone be a native stone.

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from Time in the Middle, track released June 2, 2015

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Claire Holley Los Angeles, California

Over the last two decades, the Mississippi born and bred Holley has released several albums that range in style from intimate, acoustic settings to traditional hymns, children’s songs, holiday music and full band releases, but her new album, Time in the Middle, expands her sound into some new, sonically complex territory...

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