MARBL Makes a Musical Marvel of "I Think I Saw You On The Street"

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An utterly adorable love story unfolds to the tune of MARBL's "I Think I Saw You On The Street".

What? I'm not crying! You're crying!

Where, oh where, and what can you do?

In a stroke of foul luck, love abandons you.

You and your heart left heavy...

High and dry... Nothing's left of you.


"Felt like my heart was losing beats..."


Little as a lullaby, large as long lost love... MARBL's "I Think I Saw You On The Street" is a dream and a journey of the heart.

Lyrics land at center stage as gentle tones vault off in all directions. Memories of a childhood crush careen through cradling arms, shattering to splintered thoughts, unreciprocated. No, you're crying!

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Acoustic guitar strings lose themselves in each other's echoing twang as Marbl sings, lost in thought. It's not the brand of folk music you're used to; neo-folk hues tint it differently. Drums drizzle as a static shimmer and keys decompress in an open atmosphere here.

A musical walk down memory lane, this lovely song is as intimate as it is nostalgic. Don't miss a chance at listening.

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