What We Are

by The Copper Children

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I'd like to dedicate this album to Caleb Jarosh. He lived a short life in years but a very long life in spirit.

In the midst of his passing, we came together and played his passing ceremony down in Georgia. There had been some uncertainties amongst us, but after that trip through the loss of one brother another brotherhood was truly formed!

So thank you Caleb Jarosh for the life of love that you lead and for showing me how to be a brother. I'm forever indebted.

May we continue speaking in spirits!!

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released June 24, 2016

Lead Vocals || Guitar - Zea Stallings
Backup Vocals || Guitar || Bass - Andy Babb
Percussion - Elijah Jarosh
Drums - Christopher Morgan

Featuring Chloe Brooke on Cello (This Is Heaven, Oh Climb Ye Mountain, Carry On)

Recorded by Andy Babb and Christopher Morgan
Mixed by Matt Tanner
Mastered at Catadawn Studios || Denver, CO

Cover artwork by Caleb Jarosh
Album design by Christopher Morgan

Music copyright of The Copper Children

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Track Name: Jack and Ginger
Well, me and Jack Ginger hanging at the bar
Smoking cigarettes like they were cigars
And dancing the good old country night away
And it wasn’t till just bout a quarter to three,
Ginger turns around and looks at me and she asks me where
Jack has been.

Don’t you go wasting your time looking for Jack in Kansas,
He left his common sense in Tennessee
Don’t you go wasting your time trying to talk sense to the senseless,
You would be better off
Talking to a tree.

Well I hit the road up in Nebraska,
Bought myself a cowboy hat at a gas station,
Told em “Keep the change.”
Cause I be making my way on up to Dakota,
Beating the sky and head in the shower,
Cause I been sweatin' man.

Don’t you go wasting your time looking for Jack in Kansas,
He left his common sense in Tennessee
Don’t you go wasting your time trying to talk sense to the senseless,
You would be better off
Falling asleep.

Well I’ll be running down south till the road turns red,
A morning in Georgia put a soul to rest.
Up on Heavenly Hill.
Yeah, when mama starts calling,
You know where we’ll be,
Talking bout God on a South Georgia beach
Singing healing songs.
Don’t you go wasting your time looking for Jack in Kansas,
He left his common sense in Tennessee,
Don’t you go wasting your time trying to talk sense to the senseless,
You would be better off
Talking to a tree.