Milk & Honey

by Hollie Cook

Hollie Cook (born 1987, West London, England) is a British singer and keyboardist. She was a part of the last line-up of all-female punk/reggae band The Slits. From 2010, Cook has also had a career as solo artist working with producer and songwriter Prince Fatty. In 2011 she released her first and self-titled reggae album Hollie Cook. She calls her own music "tropical pop", and has a passion for reggae and female rocksteady and reggae singers, such as Janet Kay and Phyllis Dillon, combined with classic 1960s girl groups.




Every day in the morning paper you
You got the news of the world
You're gonna make changes
It's time to laugh all alone in your room
If only you could shine through the darkness
Yes, hey

In the day in the night you dine
And so far the reason you feel lonely
Hey, you should try, you should try
Some milk and rice, just a bit of honey

Every day in the morning paper you
You see the boys and the girls
They wanna be famous, they talk and laugh
You don't care for the rules
You know that nothing, nothing really changes

In the day in the night you dine
And so far the reason you feel lonely
Hey, you should try, you should try
Some milk and rice, just a bit of honey

Written by: GOAPELE K. MOHLABANE, JOSEPH EPPERSON

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