Busking For Marbles

by Noah Silver

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03:33
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02:59
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04:00
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03:15
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03:55
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04:03
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03:19
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02:54
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03:11
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02:27
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04:21
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released April 26, 2012

Track 16 Mixed and Mastered by Johnny Genius and Toby (The K.G.B./Pailboy)
Tracks 6, 18, and 21 Mixed and Mastered by Kane Churko
All other tracks Mixed and Mastered by Mike Okusami
All songs recorded by Mike Okusami

Backing vocals on track 3 by Tina B., Mitra Gholam, and Michael Bryant. Bass Clarinet on track 5 by Martin Gold. Flute on tracks 7, 12, and 21 by Al Williams. Trumpet on tracks 8 and 14 by Christina Coleman. Backing vocals on track 9 by Elise Okusami. Backing vocals on track 16 by Toby (The K.G.B./Pailboy). Backing vocals on Track 5 and 17 by Hannah Spiro.

Produced by Noah Silver and Mike Okusami

All songs © and ℗ Noah Silver

Album art by Kat Perez

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Noah Silver Washington, D.C.

Noah Silver is a songwriter from D.C. who has had music placed on national television shows and television/radio ads including Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC), What Not To Wear (TLC), Teen Mom (MTV), Made (MTV), Music Rec Roulette (Fuse TV), Auction Kings (Discovery Channel), My Big Redneck Vacation (CMT), 100 Greatest Kid Stars (VH1), Gold Peak Tea, Century Link, ThyssenKrupp and USA Network ... more

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Track Name: Retro Girl
Yesterday on her way to work she hopped on the D.C. Metro. They now have video ads in the underground tunnels. "Where does it end?" She asked. "Why won't they stop this visual pollution? There's better ways," she said "to fill up all this space."

So many girls from this age are all the same. I'll wait 'til I find myself a classy dame from a first-rate decade.

She's a retro girl. She's not on facebook. She goes for walks and skips the cybertalk. She'd rather mail you a letter.
She's a retro girl. Doesn't fit this world. She'd rather be in 1923. Says the music was better.

She saved up for a record player. Says mp3s have no soul. Every night before she goes to bed she puts Ella on the spindle. She really digs going to swing dances. The hottest club could just as well be ice. "Wouldn't it be nice," she says, "if I could hitchhike back through time."

I've looked high and low for a girl who's got some style. And one day I hope she'll walk on down down down the aisle.

She's a retro girl. She's not on facebook. She goes for walks and skips the cybertalk. She'd rather mail you a letter.
She's a retro girl. Doesn't fit this world. She'd rather be in 1923. Says the music was better.

She's a retro girl. She's a retro girl. She's a retro girl.
She's a retro kind of gal.