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(Fuchsia) [feat. The Williams Sisters]

from Kaleidoscope by Monk Turner



I first saw you paint the edges of my sister's hair vibrant
You've been hiding in a garden in South American for centuries
When they first found you you were striking and breathtaking to behold
Dancing on the feet of women that have nothing left but them and the sunrise
You awake even before the sun does
You are running across the sky with oranges and yellows telling everyone that it's a new day


from Kaleidoscope, released September 25, 2012
(Fuchsia) [feat. The Williams Sisters]
Music B.A. Monk Turner and The Poetry Band, Man
Words by Khalisa Rae Williams
Niki Williams: Poet
Dean Mucetti: Drums
Ethan Halpern: Upright Bass
Chad Bloom: Keys, SK1
Eric Mora, Acoustic Guitar
Monk Turner: Electric Guitar
Recorded at Sogo Studios (Little Tokyo, CA USA) and 100 Second Productions (Burbank, CA USA)




Monk Turner Los Angeles, California

Over the last two decades, multi-instrumentalist Monk Turner has written and produced over 30 genre-defying concept albums. He’s been called “both daring and melodically gifted” by Music Connection Magazine for his unique approach to songwriting that takes influence from artists such as Elvis Costello, The Beatles, and They Might Be Giants. ... more

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