The Blackest Crow

from Undone by The Lasses

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    A physical copy of our newest album 'Undone', in a beautiful eco-friendly cardboard sleeve designed by Sjaak Kassies. Includes a booklet with liner notes and lyrics (does not include the beautiful cat).

    Includes unlimited streaming of Undone via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Traditional song from the USA, that Sophie picked up from Bruce Molsky


As time draws near, my dearest dear, that you and I must part
What little you know of the grace and awe of my poor aching heart
Each night I suffer for your sake, you're the one that I hold dear
I wish that I was going with you or you were staying here

I wish my heart was made of glass wherein you might behold  
There your name I wrote my dear in letters made of gold
Oh there your name I wrote my dear believe me when I say
You are the one I love the best until my dying day

The blackest crow that ever flew would surely turn to white
If ever I prove false to you, the day would turn to night
Bright day would turn to night my love, the elements will mourn
If ever I prove false to you, the seas will rage and burn

And when you're on some distant shore, think of your absent friend
And when the wind blows high and clear a line to me, please send
And when the wind blows high and clear, please send a note to me
That I might know by your handwrite how time has gone with thee


from Undone, released October 18, 2019
Sophie Janna (vocals, acoustic guitar), Margot Merah (vocals), Janos Koolen (electric guitar)


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Amsterdam duo singing trad folk & original songs with intricate harmonies. Currently working on album #5.

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