Strawberry Blonde

from by Whetherman



I remember a slender figure
So careful in each stare
You were barefoot, wide eyed, in no rush
A newly freed heart, flighty as a spring dove

And your strawberry blonde hair
Fell to your ears then
You were ready for a change
I was ready for a change
And to love again
We’re newly freed hearts, flighty as spring doves

I remember the nights we hardly slept
Misunderstanding the other
Using harsh tones to prove choice words
Forgetting our freed hearts, flighty as spring doves

I remember all versions of you
In my love for you now
That old strawberry blonde
Falls passed your ears down, golden white

You’ve gone through plenty changes
And I have done the same
We’ve got a better understanding
Of having freed hearts flighty as spring doves


from This Land, released June 16, 2017
Nicholas Williams- Guitars, vocals, Harmonica
Dayna Osan - Violin
Arvid Smith - Dobro



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Whetherman Jacksonville, Florida

Take one seasoned, bucolic folk artist and mix him with the easy-listening likes of Ray Lamontagne, crossed with all the poetic feels of Bob Dylan’s early recordings. Enter Whetherman, the music of 32 year-old independent troubadour Nicholas Williams, who has self-produced eight full-length albums of soulful folk music, with a highly anticipated new record 'This Land releasing in June of 2017.' ... more


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