Paris-based trio Oracle Sisters recording "Tangerine/Prisoners of Love" EP at the Old Carpet Factory.
Lewis Lazar, Christopher Willatt and Julia Johansen
Video by Artiro + Bamboo
Photos by Oracle Sisters
She peeled herself a stolen tangerine and pulled some cards from her shirt sleeve I lost my violin again woke up in a cardboard bin make me something nice to eat and fetch a plaster for my feet, please She passed me a borrowed tambourine and pulled a song from her day dreams she’s got a show in every bar in town different night, same old crowd Someone get this girl a drink she starts to sing, I start to think Ooo what me worry I always do Ooo what me worry I’m about to get my life back on track All of the bouncers know her name they know each side of her charm too alright scottie let me know I’m sorry for that hellish blow she’d fit inside your shopping bag but she swings it like a dirty rag She loves me like a brother I love her like my child and I miss her like I miss an old shoe She always finds a violin the other side of smoking gin Call her up and let her know her dungarees are hanging low Ooo what me worry I always do Ooo what me worry I’m about to get my life back on track