We All Move to Brooklyn

by Natti Vogel

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single art by Melissa Dowel aka Glukkake

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Hey
Been a long time since I've seen your face
I was just about to ask
"How've you been?"
But before I could,
You jumped in with a
"Where are you living these days?"
I said "I'm one block away from the J,
a couple stops past the Williamsburg Bridge from Manhattan" and you said:
"don't you find it odd that we all move to Brooklyn in the end?"

Hey, this Big Apple's been had by worms
It doesn't look all that tasty now
So I guess you could say that this was my choice and I'll have you know
It's not cause the rents were high
They're actually higher here
I pay for the distance from the advertising
And you said:

"Do you think that when we die,
Our souls move to Brooklyn
That our souls fly to Brooklyn
That we all move to Brooklyn
When we die?"

Plus I heard your mom, she too moved to Brooklyn, and the word on the street is Wall Street's moving to Brooklyn, too
Why?
Because we all move to Brooklyn

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released July 26, 2017
Music, lyrics, vocals, piano: Natti Vogel
Orchestration, mixing, production, editing: Benjamin Ickies
Mixing: Mike Tierney
Engineering: Phil Duke
Cello: Kristine Kruta
Viola: Sarah Elizabeth Haines
Violins: Jeffrey Young, Ericsson Hatfield
Upright bass: Michael Harlen
Drums: Walker Adams
Guitar: Spencer Katzman
Clarinet: Camila Barrientos Ossio
Trombone: Spencer Hale
Trumpet: Rhys Tivey

Recorded at Continental Sudios, Long Island City and Benjamin Ickie's apartment. Mixed at Benjamin Ickie's apartment and Mike Tierney's basement

single art by Melissa Dowell aka Glukkake

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