Gabrielle (Of Violins & Violence)

from by George González

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lyrics

I thought that she might be Australian
So I asked her to please count to six
She smiled and said she was a kiwi
And we went out for fish and chips

She goes to school for engineering
She dreams of working in a water treatment plant
It’s hard to tell when she is joking
It’s hard to tell when to joke back

She likes it when the plane is shaking
She says it helps her to relax
She likes the sound of babies crying
She says it always makes her laugh

Last weekend she was in a wedding party
She stood in the presence of a priest
She thinks religious folks are funny
I find it hard to disagree

She asked if we could talk of touchy subjects
Of politics and parliament
Of the saucers and the steeples
Of violins and violence

She likes it when the plane is shaking
She says it helps her to relax
She likes the sound of babies crying
She says it always makes her laugh

She thinks that everyone is a singer
That doesn’t mean they all should try
She likes to take those online surveys
The drunk heart speaks the sober mind

She likes it when the plane is shaking
She says it helps her to relax
She likes the sound of babies crying
She says it always makes her laugh

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from The Immaculate Dollar of Arlington Heights, released August 11, 2017

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George González Seattle, Washington

George González is a songwriter from Seattle.

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