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    Oak Creeks 6 song debut EP from 2011. The most eclectic of all of Oak Creek's discs, The EP shows off their diversity of styles and songwriting.

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lyrics

I had a Dream this morn’
That I’d seen your face before in 1934
When we were young and poor
In the years before the war

We barley had a home
The soup we drank was cold
The bread we ate we stole
And the things we owned we sold
Just to live another day
Despite the hardships of the world
We had our Love to keep us warm

I did not have a ring
But I gave you everything
My seeds that we can grow
My gloves to beat the snow
Though our hands will still be cold

But when I woke this morn’
To our room adorned in gold
And our children pomp and spoiled
And the looks you give me soiled
As if asking me for more
I long for 1934
When we had our love to keep us warm.
I long for 1934
When we had our love to keep us warm.

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from The Oak Creek Band EP, track released February 11, 2011

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Oak Creek Nashville, Tennessee

Originally from Arizona but in Denver since 2009, The Oak Creek Band may be releasing its “debut” but it’s hardly a new project. The band compares themselves to ’70s soft rock bands, but truth be told, they’re more modern than they think. Simultaneously indie and folky, with poppy choruses, the band nails a very fun album, even in its most tear-provoking elements
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