Fellow Hollow – Clothesline

 Fellow Hollow

Luke and Drew are the duo behind this lovely Columbus, Ohio band called “Fellow Hollow.” Their singing and songwriting is absolutely beautiful. It’s delicate and thoughtful, but strikes home. Check out the lead single, “CLothesline” off of their 2016 EP entitled When You Love the Same People, You Love Each Other if you want to plunge yourself in the world of Fellow Hollow.

Fellow Hollow – Clothesline

My granddad’s wooden cars and twine
but the patio cracked all those times
and those cars rolled heavy down the bloodline

My grandma hung it on the line
but the clothes were dry so I resigned
and they don’t dry unless you dry my eyes

Close your eyes / you’re not alone
you’re not alone as long as someone’s home
cross my heart and hope to die
your eyes are in the yard so they can dry

Ol black walnut and power lines are mixed in
but I’m on the boughs of blue skies
they yell from the ground that I might die

Ol Sumter are you in decline?
yet still you stand / as unmanned
as your light curls slowly cross the coastline
and I am found

Close your eyes / you’re not alone
you’re not alone as long as someone’s home
cross my heart and hope to die
your eyes are in the yard so they can dry

I’m not where I’m supposed to be
I’m not where I’m supposed to be
I am my own colony with my best foot in front of me

I’m not where I’m supposed to be
I’m not where I’m supposed to be
close your eyes in Adelaide, Adelaide, Adelaide


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