Dreamt I was back with pirates and cats
In my Somerville
A girl, in the alphabet shirt covered in dirt
Lives on the hill

Well, my sweet Josephine
Are you still racing stray dogs across the old stream?
My neighborhood queen
Are you still kissing cowboys that cry, Josephine?

She stole my grandmother?s watch, a treasure to touch
To keep time to herself
Her mind was a very big house
We got lost there for hours until August fell

Well, my sweet Josephine
Are you still racing stray dogs across the old stream?
My neighborhood queen
Are you still kissing cowboys that cry, Josephine?

You say you're alright
"Josie it?s time you gotta get your feet on the ground"
But she says, ?No, but you see we have wings
It?s the funniest thing, it?s just that no ones knows"
No one knows, sweet Josephine

Well, my sweet Josephine
Are you still racing stray dogs across the old stream?
My neighborhood queen
Are you still kissing cowboys that cry, Josephine?

My neighborhood queen
Are you still kissing cowboys that cry, Josephine?


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"Josephine" as written by Teitur Lassen Annette Bjergfeldt

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    General CommentHaving seen Teitur live he explains this song. This is about a girl named Josephine who he knew. He described her as "crazy". He laughs about all the things they did during the summer.
    silversundanceron March 13, 2005   Link

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