“Elephant Ears Missing” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

This is an older song of ours and it’s not the best recording we have. We lost the master file to the song so we do plan on re-recording it asap. When the song came out it got a lot of attention and opened a lot of eyes on just what kind of songs we could write. Please feel free to leave some feedback. Thanks and enjoy!

the unforeseen, folded and creased
the unforeseen, folded and creased

he smell himself, his shelling skin
molting snake, lashed, drying stems
swollen morning, eyes, crusted gems
rose colored cake, half mooned, stars pinned

the icing, butter churned race
where mercury melts, small signature slips
where blood once flowed, and flies bit
his elephant ears missing
his elephant ears missing

bloated and salted, Wednesday sun
an outpost, a harpoon sky
rebuilds a break, tattoo revised
stolen poems

watery lines, diseases left out
river chimes, one slow guitar
words undone, time dawned domain
his elephant ears missing
his elephant ears missing

a sewed costume, a hanging spoon
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears

roles renamed, fingers shared hands
so brittle they play, together dis banned
the licensed, and unarranged
missing elephant ears

hovering, in post pone rain
breath cradled, the pro paned pain
thickness of snow, moaned and moved
elephant ears missing
elephant ears missing

what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears

Take A Listen To “Elephant Ears Missing”

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One comment on ““Elephant Ears Missing” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

  1. granbee says:

    They MUST hear more with those ears!

    Like

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