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Saturn's Moons
A live recording of 'Saturn's Moons,' performed at the Monterey General Store, Monterey, Massachusetts on April 27, 2007
Acoustic - Acoustic General
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Previous peak charts position #222
Words and music by David Hodge
July 23, 2007
MP3 3.6 MB
128 kbps bitrate
3:56 minutes
Story behind the song
"Saturn's Moons" is a fun song to play with other people and, fortunately, I've got some good friends who make it even more fun. This is from the April 27, 2007 show that we did at the Monterey General Store in Monterey, Massachusetts.
Saturn's Moons - D. Hodge She says theree must be someone living there Up on one of Saturn's moons Why else would God go through all the trouble Of creating such a view The people sleep all day Bathed in the sun's cold feeble light And wake up just in time To watch the rings come out at night She say the houses have no roofs Each home is open to the sky And every room illuminated By candlelight and fireflies Fruit and flowers grow everywhere Violet gold and pink No one thinks more than he feels And no one feels more than he thinks She says the people spend their whole lives Writing songs about the stars Of Jupiter and Mercury Venus Earth and Mars And I wish that I could live with her Up on one of Saturn's moons And wake up every night To write another Saturn tune Karen Berger - piano Will Curtiss - bass Greg Nease - electric guitar Anne O'Neil - percussion Joel Schick - harmonica D. Hodge - 12 string guitar, vocals
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