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The End of Summertime

by Ionne

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Well, it’s the end of summertime And she’s got so much on her mind About the months that lay ahead The winter’s chill that they both dread Could it get colder than it’s been The past four years of her chagrin Or will she finally draw the line Here at the end of summertime? She’s seen the end of summertime She’ll leave this messiness behind And she might still bask in the glow Of the hottest autumn ever known And while the DJ plays her song Just one last dance and then she’s gone Into that fire in the sky Into the end Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom She pulls a mirror from her purse To bless the waters of her birth And what new passion she may find Beyond the end of summertime She pulls a mirror from her purse To bless the waters of her birth And what new passion she may find Beyond the end Well, it’s the end of summertime And she’s got so much on her mind About the months that lay ahead The winter’s chill that they both dread Could it get colder than it’s been The past four years of her chagrin Or will she finally draw the line Here at the end Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom
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Well, it’s the end of summertime And she’s got so much on her mind About the months that lay ahead The winter’s chill that they both dread Could it get colder than it’s been The past four years of her chagrin Or will she finally draw the line Here at the end of summertime? She’s seen the end of summertime She’ll leave this messiness behind And she might still bask in the glow Of the hottest autumn ever known And while the DJ plays her song Just one last dance and then she’s gone Into that fire in the sky Into the end Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom She pulls a mirror from her purse To bless the waters of her birth And what new passion she may find Beyond the end of summertime She pulls a mirror from her purse To bless the waters of her birth And what new passion she may find Beyond the end Well, it’s the end of summertime And she’s got so much on her mind About the months that lay ahead The winter’s chill that they both dread Could it get colder than it’s been The past four years of her chagrin Or will she finally draw the line Here at the end Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom
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Well, it’s the end of summertime And she’s got so much on her mind About the months that lay ahead The winter’s chill that they both dread Could it get colder than it’s been The past four years of her chagrin Or will she finally draw the line Here at the end of summertime? She’s seen the end of summertime She’ll leave this messiness behind And she might still bask in the glow Of the hottest autumn ever known And while the DJ plays her song Just one last dance and then she’s gone Into that fire in the sky Into the end Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom She pulls a mirror from her purse To bless the waters of her birth And what new passion she may find Beyond the end of summertime She pulls a mirror from her purse To bless the waters of her birth And what new passion she may find Beyond the end Well, it’s the end of summertime And she’s got so much on her mind About the months that lay ahead The winter’s chill that they both dread Could it get colder than it’s been The past four years of her chagrin Or will she finally draw the line Here at the end Freedom, freedom, freedom Freedom, freedom, freedom

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Basically an ode to voting rights: "Could it get colder than it’s been / the past four years of her chagrin? / Or will she finally draw the line / here at the end of summertime..." It's time to draw the line, folks. Seriously.

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released October 6, 2020

lead vocalist: Jennifer Fouché
all other voices, instruments, production, mix, and mastering: Ionne

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Ionne New Haven, Connecticut

Dr. Maurice L. Harris, also known as Ionne, is a composer, recording artist, and co-founder of 5015 Records. Ionne was born with the 2014 release of the album Love Moves Faster. He has since produced a range of projects including the pandemic-inspired The Other Side (2020). Recent works also include collaborations with actor-singer Jennifer Fouché and Grammy-nominated guitarist Rod Harris, Jr. ... more

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