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Hello Was A Little Boat by sherah
Hello Was a Little Boat
Hello was a little boat
That carried me across the moat
A simple hello, and soon we were sunbathing on the shore
We were two of a kind and I loved you
And I told you so till I turned blue
But I never could cross the distance in you eyes
How many different ways can I try to explain what you mean to me
How far do I need to go before you know what you could be to me
But you don’t listen, won’t listen, can’t listen
And you won’t take yes for an answer
When the word “love” leaves my lips
Your eyes lose focus and your focus skips
To that girl you see when you look at me with your double-visioned heart
If she was ghost, well I’d understand
You’d have to be a fool to let go of this man
But a memory, well I can’t compete
And I shouldn’t even try
Sometimes I feel like a circus clown
My red face paint in a perfect frown
My big shoes tripping through your hoops
Too stupid or too in love?
…So I don’t listen, won’t listen, can’t listen
And I wont take no for an answer
Written by Sherah Sleeper. Recorded and produced by Sherah Sleeper and Zeke Benenate.
Additional artist information
Sherah is an Austinite with Northern California roots. She’s been writing her own songs for many years, but has been covering other artists… until now. Sherah began her foray into the music scene in March of 2011. Accompanied by a trio of acoustic guitar, percussion and bass, and backed up by groovy background vocals, Sherah’s warm, soulful voice, imaginative lyrics and completely original style is easy to listen to and speaks to the heart. For the last two years, she and her band, The Fine Souls, have been performing her original songs in music venues all around Austin, TX. She has been working hard at developing her band, cultivating a following, and gaining broader exposure for her music.
Sherah is a prolific songwriter and has a repertoire of more than 30 songs that are characterized by her signature blend of pop, folk, R&B, and vocal jazz ballads. Demonstrating her ability to compose a wide range of styles, she succeeds in stimulating the listener’s imagination and emotions, leaving with them a memorable hook. She self-produced an EP called “Wish” in 2003 and an EP called “The Deep End,” In October 2012, Sherah co-produced and released her first full-length album, “A Thousand Oceans.”