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Goldmine Blues
In Dublin Town
1842
My blood was born
Ready for you

Perfect sunrise
Early '86
A score and two days
You were my fix

And I don't own the ocean
And I don't own these notes
The riches inside me
Never need locks

Thoughts of your smile
That run in my mind
Are priceless treasure
And a goldmine

And I don't own this rain storm
And no warmth I can feel
But I've got some riches
That no one can steal

Cause thoughts of your voice
That run in my mind
Are priceless treasure
They are a gold mine

I'm not too smart
I'm not too dumb
I'll care for you are
And whom you'll become
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This song is from the album Ghosts That Linger.

The inspiration for this tune comes from Old Time music -- a genre of American music that predates Bluegrass. Much of its repertoire is vocal only, because people who wrote these tunes couldn't afford instruments, and a fiddle player was valuable because they could make you dance. Speaking of fiddles, Goldmine Blues features Christine Wu who wrote, arranged, played, and recorded the violins and celli.

Credits:
(Audy-Rowland)

Nico Audy-Rowland: Vocals, Danelectro baritone guitar, Fender Telecaster Deluxe, Dean banjo
Martha Marin: Vocals
Christine Wu: Strings
Clayton Scoble: Yamaha FG-140 guitar, Yamaha PSS-570 Keyboard, Harmonium
Ted Atkatz: Percussion
Steve Scully: Drums