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Crying Day Care Choir. New single ´Sad Season& Out now worldwide through Warner Music. Our album is finally here. 2+ years of hard work has payed off and our dreams have come to fruition. The songs are very personal, they are about falling apart and picking up the pieces. They are about family. The sun and the moon and the Flowers. There will always be flowers.
In rain my dear We'll dance and cheer This day, this month, this year In sun my love No clouds above This day, this month, this year. July, July, July Don't go too soon, don't die Oh my, oh my, July Don't go too soon, don't die. At night my knight The moon's a light This day, this month, this year In dawn my friend We know now when to This day, this month, this year. In rain my dear We'll dance and cheer But here comes the sun My darling you And.
Crying Day Care Choir, Category: Artist, Albums: Wilting Rooting Blooming, Leave the Kingdom, Singles: Falling Rising, What A Day, Hey Sugar, Branches, Fuck It I'm A Flower, Biography: Crying Day Care Choir is the musical backbone of a close-knit family, with husband and wife Jack and Sara Elz, alongside Jack’s brother Bill Nystedt, comprising the collective. Monthly Listeners: 278837, Where People Listen: Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo, Oslo, Uppsala. There's something softly uplifting about Crying Day Care Choir. An alt-folk trio from Sweden, the band's gentle, warm, and personal harmonies seem to effortlessly push past life's troubles. They signed with Warner Music in 2017 and sophomore album "Wilting, Rooting, Blooming" released October 2018 has taken the band to the masses with over 5 million streams to date. Fuck It I'm a Flower, 03:16. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Kingdom is the sixth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Kumi Koda. It was released on January 30, 2008, a week after her single anytime. The album debuted at on the Oricon Weekly Charts with sales of 421,302. It remained on the charts for thirty-three weeks.