Letters III

by Michael Stegner

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Third installment of Letters... Letters put to song written by Michael Stegner.

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released June 18, 2019

Michael Stegner - Vocals, Piano, Producer, Mixer
Flora McGill - Vocals
Katie Jacobson - Vocals
Anna Freedman - Vocals
Colin Higgins - Guitars
Andy Sells - Drums
Forrest Giberson - Bass
Mark Fung - Percussion
Robin Holcomb - Pre-production
Paul Kimble - Recording Engineer
Marcel Fernandez - Recording Engineer

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Michael Stegner Los Angeles, California

Michael Stegner is an LA-based musician, producer, songwriter and composer.

He has performed and/or collaborated with artists such as Aiko Shimada, Robin Holcomb, Michael Shrieve, Wayne Horvitz, Reggie Watts, Louis Cole, Lee Oskar, Mike Doughty and the Jongleurs to name a few. ... more

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Track Name: Migration to Divine
Talk to me.
I want to wear everything you feel.
Dance with me.
I want to move with the soles of your soul.

Look at me.
I want to listen to that story in your eyes.
Move your hair.
The flower in my hand was made for your ear.

I can’t be your everything.
I can’t be your all the time.
Kiss your hand beneath the neon sky.
Tonight we’ll take a drive.

I can’t be your everything.
I can’t be your all the time.
To chase our love across the night
is migration to divine.

The clothes you wear
Say something different
than the way you move your feet.

I’ll cook for you.
Maybe we’ll spend our lives together
if only for a day.

I can’t be your everything.
I can’t be your all the time.
Swim in dreams down by the riverside,
Leave this scene behind.

I can’t be your everything.
I can’t be your all the time.
To chase our love across the night
is migration to divine.
Track Name: Find My Way
I see yesterday laid before me
in a hotel room.
Somewhere my phone rings
but I can’t find another “hello.”
I hear that you will love me.

My shoes get so worn
trying to carry this heavy smile.
My voice gets so weak
trying to scream above my head.

I’m trying to find my way.
Trying to find my way back home.

Afternoon church bells ring
for a wedding that may be mine.
My words have never changed
in the rain a yellow leaf falls.
It may be time. It may be time.

A train leaves tomorrow
for another time and place.
Don’t wait for my answer
I won’t be here anyway.

I’m trying to find my way.
Trying to find my way back home.

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