Song For A Satyr (Live)

from by What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?



Song for a satyr

Another song for a satyr
I should have recognized your moves
We tried to ride the escalator
But you couldn't hide your hooves

I kept you laughing through winter
But you're a creature of spring
So by the time the ice had cracked
You'd packed your things

Somehow I always knew
Could smell the woods on you
It's your nature to run
Like it's mine to come
When you call to me

Another song for a satyr
You know, I can keep your hands warm
You said, in bed I was your radiator
But I couldn't touch your horns

I remember sweet bruises
Fur scratching my thighs and my knees
But now I can't hear your music
through the trees

Sometimes it seems so long
Since last I heard your song
It's the burden I bear
Like it's yours to care
and crawl to me

When you want to feel
just a little less free


from Live On The Radio, released April 4, 2017
written by Brian King © 2017 Poison Peach Music




What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? Boston, Massachusetts

Baroque pop meets neo-soul in a steamer trunk.

"Time has come for Mr. Fox" Boston Herald
"Catch him as his star rises" Time Out NYC

Brian King - voice, guitar, keys
Nathan Cohen - violin, trumpet
Mike Leggio - upright bass
Lori Perkins - hammond organ, piano
Nate Greenslit - drums
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