Misty is the longest and third in the tracklisting of Kate Bush’s second album of 2011, 50 Words for Snow. Despite many confused listeners believing it depicts Kate herself as the subject, the song actually describes the story of 2 fictional characters, including a woman and the snowman whose name gives the track its title, and their sexual encounter on a winter’s night. Starting off rather bare, like previous tracks on the album, it gradually builds on the jazzy piano at its core
This is the complete discography (albums, EPs, singles and videos) of English singer-songwriter Kate Bush. This is a list of original contributions that Bush has made to soundtracks, tribute albums and to other musicians' albums. Peter Gabriel (1980, Charisma) – "Games Without Frontiers" and "No Self Control" (backing vocals with Peter Gabriel). The Seer (1986, Mercury) – "The Seer" (Big Country featuring Kate Bush). So (1986, Charisma) – "Don't Give Up" (co-lead vocals with Peter Gabriel).
Lyrics to "Misty" song by Kate Bush: Roll his body. Make him smile for me, Give him life. What kind of spirit is this? Our one and only tryst. His breath all misty, And when I kiss his ice-cream lips And his creamy skin, His snowy white arms surround me. So cold next to me. I can feel him melting in my hand.
Album: 50 Words for Snow, 2011. From "50 words for snow" (2011).
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Catherine Bush CBE (born 30 July 1958) is an English singer-songwriter and record producer. Bush came to notice in 1978 when, aged 19, she topped the UK Singles Chart for four weeks with her debut single "Wuthering Heights", becoming the first female artist to achieve a UK number one with a self-written song
This song is by Kate Bush and appears on the album 50 Words for Snow (2011). Roll his bodyGive him eyesMake him smile for meGive him lifeMy hand is bleedingI run back inside. I turn off the lightSwitch on a starry nightMy window flies openMy bedroom fills with falling snowShould be a dream but I'm not sleepyI see his snowy white face, but I'm not afraidHe lies down beside me. So cold next to meI can feel him melting in my handMelting, in my hand.
Album: 50 Words For Snow (2011). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. Artistfacts ®. Lyrics. This jazz-frosted song finds Bush singing about falling for a snowman who melts away after a night of passion. She wakes up the next morning with wet sheets and a pile of twigs. The singer admitted to The Washington Post that she can't explain where such songs come from. Said Bush: "By that point I had really homed in on writing about snow. It's like, where does anything come from? That's the fascinating thing about creative work
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NotesCD with paper insert in plastic sleeve. Duration obtained from CD player.
'This promotional CD has been released by EMI'.
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