Freedom

by Sincerely, Iris

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A brand new folk-inspired single from Sincerely, Iris featuring Christine Morgan on backup vocals.

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The seasons they move faster every year only moments ago I was brought here.
I came out crooked and wrong, but someone sang me a song so I stayed.
It was all I ever needed or wanted, A mother, a nursery rhyme. Singing a song so that I would go to sleep on time

Oh the days are getting faster every year not so long ago I was brought here.
Music she came and told me I had nothing to fear
It was all I ever needed or wanted. Dialing in the radio right. A tape full of songs so that I could go to sleep at night

Freedom sings, like church bells breaking through a memory. I can hear the songs coming back to me and I feel alright

The leaves are making circles, they fall to the ground only moments ago they were new.
Yes I have fallen from love, I brought my broken pieces to you.
Laying on the floor with my blues, "Carry Me Ohio"
Singing your songs when I had no place left to go

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There’s a jazz band singing through to me. It’s all I need
In the southland on an empty street, It’s all I need
Got their hearts out, singing real good for free.
All I need.

Freedom sings
A child then a man then a memory I can hear the songs coming back to me and I feel alright
Freedom sings every single melody's a memory
I can here the songs coming back to me and I feel alright
Yes I feel alright

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released January 22, 2018
Written and recorded by Todd Murray
Mixed and mastered by Doug Krebs Mastering
Backup vocals by Christine Morgan
Photo taken by in Poland in 1945 by Krystyna Gorazdowska

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Sincerely, Iris Charlotte, North Carolina

Sincerely, Iris consists of singer/songwriter Todd Murray. He has a sound that can be summed up best as “road trip music.” It’s a style that’s always changing, and always moving along. Whether it be gypsy-esque or like Kerouac's beat up old truck, shaking down the road at midnight, it is at once comforting, and somewhat unknown. He draws upon influences from Jeff Buckley to Billie Holiday. ... more

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