I Don't Know Birds That Well - Single Download

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"I Don't Know Birds That Well" observes life from a bird's-eye view and is the only Ukulele song on the Album "When We're Together". Check the tabs below for more info, audio sample and lyrics.

Single Download: I Don't Know Birds That Well - 1 Track
Download Format: zip file with MP3 and M4A (iTunes+ Format)
From Album: When We're Together

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I Don't Know Birds That Well Buy Album Download

From Album: When We're Together
Release Date: 29 Feb 2012
Publisher: MonaLisa Twins
Label: Woolgoose Records
Download Format: zip file with MP3 and M4A (iTunes+ Format)

 

Lyrics, Music, Performance, Engineering and Production: MonaLisa Twins
About the Song

The sun is up, the birds are singing, Lisa starts playing the Ukulele and life once again defeats the darkness of the night.

"I Don't Know Birds That Well" is the only Ukulele song on the Album "When We're Together". Lisa wrote it on a sunny day when she was sitting in the garden, playing around on her new Ukulele.

It's a happy feel-good song with a different view on life that hopefully will bring a smile to your face. Who hasn't ever dreamt of being free as a bird and to be able to go anywhere you want, doing everything you feel like? We don't know if birds know how lucky they are. In fact, we don't know them well at all, do we?
When We're Together Album Cover I Don't Know Birds That Well

Here I sit, watching the sun
As it slowly rises in the sky
The air is clear
The day has just begun
Birds are singing
As they're flying by

I know,
I don't know birds that well
But they always seem
To sing about love
I really wish that they could tell
How it looks like
How it looks like
From above

Here I go, I'm on my way
I am searching for a song
That makes me smile
The sun is high
The birds are out to play
They are singing
And I listen for a while

Well I know,
I don't know birds that well
But they always seem
To sing in harmony
And it sounds to me
As they would tell
What it feels like
How it feels like
To be free

Now I sit, watching the moon
And I think of all the love
We try to hide
The nightingale sings
Its favorite tune
It doesn't need to share
Our foolish pride

Well I know,
I don't know birds that well
But they always seem
To sing about love
If we'd listen
Maybe they could tell
How it feels like
How it feels like
Up above

How it feels like
How it feels like
To be loved

Album: "When We're Together"
Lyrics: MonaLisa Twins
Released: Feb 2012
 

About Audio Quality
We did extensive listening tests to choose file formats that come very close to CD quality and can get played back on almost any device like your computer, your smart phone, your iPad or your MP3 player. As you might know there is always a trade-off between file size and sound quality when it comes to file compression. We decided to go for quality rather than for file size because modern computers and other devices usually have more than enough space for audio files.

Our File Formats

At last we decided to provide our music in 2 different formats: MP3 (128 kbit/s) and M4A (256 kbit/s)
For those who don’t know, you recognize the file by its ending, the abbreviation after the “.” of the file title. (e.g. title.mp3, title.m4a)
MP3 is the most common audio file. It will work on any MP3 player, iPod, computer and most mobile phones.
M4A is the typical iTunes (Apple) format, which means it works great for iPods and the iTunes players on your computer. We chose the new “iTunes+ (plus)” quality.

In both formats we could hardly hear any difference to the original master but the M4A is technically better. The MP3 format on the other hand is the most compatible and also very close to the original quality.

Format Conversion

If, for some reason, you need a different format, you can either write us or use a program to convert it (just put “ needed format -converter” in your search engine). There are a lot of free programs that will do the job nicely. However, when you convert you should prefer the M4A file as source file because it is technically better and also has a higher streaming rate than the MP3.

As long as you’re using regular equipment and operating systems you should be fine with those two formats. If you are working on an Apple computer or use iTunes as your audio player though we would generally suggest you to use the M4A files.

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