Mal de Mer

Mal de Mer

BandFolkPop

We are a band mixed with a Maratime folk sound and pop/rock, packed with catchy tunes to make your feet stomp and your heart smile.

Biography

We are Mal de Mer. We are all sick. Seasick.

Lyrics

Pretty Song (Four Seasons)

Written By: Kelly-Sue O'Connor

The fall is here
And its clear
Loves not in the air
Cause Im alone
And youre alone
Drinking our beer
It sure is cold here in the city
But where you are I bet its looking real pretty

When it comes to me and you
I know we can make it through

It's winter here
And chilly dear
With no one to keep me warm
And I'm sad, you're sad
Hearts are feeling torn
Why can't we just be back together
It will be fine once we make it through this weather

When it comes to me and you
I know we can make it through

Now its spring
Birds sing
Flowers are in bloom
Im warming up
You're warming up
Coming home real soon
Now it wont be very long
Till you're here, need you near
Things been feeling wrong

When it comes to me and you
I know we can make it through

It's summertime
Feeling fine
Back where you belong
I hold your hand
You hold my hand
Now I end this song

Idaho

Written By: Kelly-Sue O'Connor

This city's too busy
It makes me feel dizzy
Dont you want to go to
IDAHO

Idaho
where potatoes grow
and life is slow
come on lets go
to Idaho

We could hop on a bus
Say we've had enough
Find a place to grow old
Out in
IDAHO

Idaho
where potatoes grow
and life is slow
come on lets go

Its a pretty big state
It could be our fate
We've got seeds to sow
Out in
IDAHO

Idaho
where potatoes grow
and life is slow
come on lets go
to Idaho

And if you really want to stay here without me
Go on and do that but know
You'll always have a home here beside me in
IDAHO

Idaho
where potatoes grow
and life is slow
come on lets go
to Idaho

Idaho oh Idaho, dont let me go

to Idaho

Set List

Love so Bad
Idaho
Sheriff
You can Fall in Love again
Glasses
Pretty Song (Four Seasons)
This is the Last Time
Lovers and Liars
Still I Wait

Our typical set list is a half an hour long. We do covers rarely, but when we do they tend to be sea shanties such as Drunken Sailor.