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The Raindrops and The Inchworms

by Harmonica Pocket



This version of The Raindrops and the Inchworms was recorded off the grid at The Harmonica Pocket's solar powered studios on a tiny island in Puget Sound Washington. For more music from The Harmonica Pocket click on through to the website:


Have you ever tried to do the math
and count all the raindrops in a drinking glass?
I'm not even sure if it could be done
I guess you start counting one by one

And you're slowly becoming an ocean
One drop by one

Watching an inchworm measure the days
And getting it done at her own pace
Eventually inches add up to miles
Taking one step at a time

And you're slowly becoming an ocean
We all grow in slow motion

Since you can rush it
You might as well trust
What you can learn
From the raindrops and the inchworms

The raindrops and the inchworms


released February 2, 2010
Keeth Monta Apgar: Guitar, Vocals, Vibraphone, Percussion



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Harmonica Pocket Port Townsend, Washington

The Harmonica Pocket is all about swinging acoustic story songs sprinkled with hula hoop and dance. Their music is recorded at Apple Tree Studio -- a solar-powered recording studio on a tiny island in the Pacific Northwest. They sing about sunshine, dirty fingernails, and monsters, love Woody Guthrie and Dr. Seuss, and eat a lot of ice cream. ... more

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