Songs in Stairwells EP

by Joe & Jamee

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All songs written by Joe Andrew Seifred & Jamee Lee Warrenfeltz

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released April 16, 2016

special thanks to Matthew Abts and Alexandra Blom

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Joe & Jamee Chicago, Illinois

Somewhere between Oklahoma and Chicago...

Joe previously fronted the Chicago alt-country band Ceiling Stars, and has released a solo album as Joe Andrew. He hails from the vast plains of Northwestern Oklahoma.

Jamee's piano soundscapes have traversed Chicagoland, Colorado, Hawaii, Italy, the northwoods of Wisconsin, and the backwoods of West Virginia.
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Track Name: Knotted Pine
Who was I when you met me
Who was I when you passed
Do either sit beside you
patiently at your right hand

Does my home wait for coming
is mama singing Clementine
I can hold it in a picture
all framed in Knotted Pine

Who was I when you met me
Who was I when you passed
who tended all the gardens
I can see through beveled glass

Tell the widows on the dance floor
not to darken down the hall
I will be there Sunday evening
when the band plays the last waltz

Who was I when you met me
Who was I when you passed
do either sit beside you
patiently at your right hand

I can see Lucille in her Summer dress
I can hear those church bells chime
I can hold it in a picture
all framed in knotted pine
Track Name: After This
When did he, write her off
When did she, write her off

Oh he’s wondering
Where they’re going
After this ends
Oh he’s wondering
Where they’re going
After this ends

When did he, write a song
When did she, decide to sing along

Oh she’s wondering
Where they’re going
After this ends
Oh she’s wondering
Where they’re going
After this ends

So bewildered I wrote
So bewildered you wrote

Bemuse over me
You can use all of me
It’s bemusing to me
It’s like music to me

When did this, become our song
When’s it time, to turn it off
Track Name: Day in the Country
The snowflakes shudder in the soundless sky
I followed your footprints with my watering eye
Built towering nests of icicle sticks
And nestled we two till Winter lost its grip

One morning’s sun shook dust from the trees
You blinked and then you asked me: do you remember me?
I answered with words likely never so true
A day in the country is like a season slipping away with you

Four feet in boots, two thumbs to the wind
On mile-high roads too wandering, too wandering to end
At mountain’s base, we ached for the peak
Like a hundred thousand miners, whose wandering hearts did seek

We two at the river, we two by the fire
While whispering aspen much too polite to inquire
They watched over us from wavering heights
A day in the country, like a thousand mountain nights