The Freezer Song

from by Robin Grey



A simple song about contentment in my kitchen.

Recorded live at The Mill in Norfolk with a different outro recorded at Dalston Culture House to the original drum and bass track.

The picture shows us relaxing outside the mill which is partly pictured behind the caravan.


Trading names with the wind
Fall to ball in the eyes of a friend
Restless branches, that soon will retire

Uphold these in the light
Draw a penny from the floor to a source of delight with
A cliche my Grandma adores

And I couldn't hope or ask for more

Feather view, welcome find
Stay with stillness, the ticking brings time to attention
Feet falling flat on the floor

And I couldn't hope or ask for more

'Cos you see...
The light, it was just perfect
The freezer was noisy but perfect
The dirt on my jeans it was perfect
When seen through these eyes right now


from The Nearest Door, released October 1, 2011
The outro flute solo is by Jane South