Through The Jungle Through The Dark

Edith Whiskers Lyrics


(originally by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros)

Alabama, Arkansas, I exercise dear my Ma and Pa
Not the way that I do love y’all
Well, Holy moly, me oh my, you lot’re the apple of my eye
Girl, I never loved one like yous
Human, oh, man, yous’re my all-time friend, I scream information technology to the pettiness
There ain’t cipher that I need
Well, hot and heavy pumpkin pie, chocolate candy, Jesus Christ
Ain’t cipher please me more than you

Oh, home, permit me come home
Dwelling is wherever I’thou with you
Oh, home, allow me come home
Home is wherever I’m with you

La, la, la, la, take me habitation
Mother, I’m coming home

I’ll follow you lot into the park, through the jungle, through the dark
Girl, I never loved one like you
Moats and boats and waterfalls, alleyways and pay phone calls
I been everywhere with you
We laugh until nosotros think we’ll dice, barefoot on a summer nighttime
Nothing new is sweeter than with you
And in the streets you run afree, like it’s merely you and me
Geeze, you’re something to meet

Oh, dwelling, permit me come home
Dwelling is whenever I’m with you lot
Oh, dwelling house, allow me come home
Home is wherever I’m with y’all

Domicile, allow me come up domicile
Domicile is whenever I’thousand with you
Oh, home, let me come home
Dwelling is wherever I’m with you

Tom Rosenthal, who produced “Home”, wrote about this vocal’s achievements on Facebook on the 14th of November 2020,
“What a foreign life information technology is. A woman that doesn’t be is currently no.2 in the global viral summit l charts on Spotify,”
and posted a screenshot showing the Spotify Viral 50 nautical chart.

Edith Whiskers’ Instagram page posted the following upon reaching one million streams of this vocal on the fifth of Nov 2020,
“ONE MILLION STREAMS FOR HOME! I have basically saved the earth with one vocal. Only imagine what I could do with a whole album! I’m off to gloat in a field with @clivecougarvale and a bottle of vodka.”

“Stop Stealing The Covers!”