John Rogers | Tuesday 31 July, 2012 15:47
You can always rely on Josephine Foster for a bit of fresh-spirited, feel good folk music that sounds like it wafted in from the corn fields of middle America. This one is about god, but let’s overlook that, because it’s a nice song, and who knows what it’s about. Foster’s voice has a wobbly vibrato to it that makes decoding the lyrics quite hard to these atheistic ears.
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