It's a Dream

from by Mark Schirmacher

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Sometimes love feels too good to be true.


I love you today, crazy
once or twice your love saved me
I’m amazed (you’re unphased)
& you’re still my baby

So much tick and tock behind us
find a quiet room, remind us
what we’re for (lock the door)
trouble will not find us

When you went away, girls night
thought I’d be alright, tough guy
I was wrong (love is strong)
empty beds don’t feel right

Stars were made to shine above me
and the way you move, lovely
I don’t know (I’m so slow)
you were made to love me

Darling when you go, take me
you know that this world can break me
It’s a dream (so it seems)
Well, if it is don’t wake me


from Losing Things, track released September 13, 2019
Mark Schirmacher - vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Laurels String Quartet:
Josh Misner - first violin
Erica Burton - viola
Cory Grossman - cello
Christopher Becknell - second violin

String arrangement by Cory Grossman

Recorded at Winterland Studios, Minneapolis, Minnesota
November 2018 - March 2019

Produced by Christian Andrews and Mark Schirmacher
Recorded, Engineered, and Mixed by Christian Andrews
Assistant Engineering by Zachary Schilling and Kosh
Mastered by Bruce Templeton at Microphonic Mastering, Minneapolis, Minnesota

All songs written by Mark Schirmacher ©2019 CATINABOX (ASCAP)


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