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Rosemary And Thyme #5 – Water Into Wine

Scattershot Symphony Podcast
Series 3


Rosemary And Thyme Episode #5 – Water Into Wine

Episode #5 – Water Into Wine

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Introducing our 16-Episode Podcast Musical

Rosemary And Thyme is a project 2 years in the making that now launches its fifth Episode, Water Into Wine. This is the fifth of 16 Episodes that will be released every week from now until Christmas 2022. Join us! Take the Journey. Continue with Water Into Wine.


The Cast of Episode 5


Episode 5 – Water Into Wine
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  • Title: Time Has Passed Me By
  • Artist: Terry Burrell
  • Composer: Peter Link
  • Lyricist: Peter Link, Ragan Courtney
  • Lyrics:

    Time Has Passed Me By
    Music by Peter Link
    Words by Peter Link and Ragan Courtney

    Mama

    (Mama continues to sing in monotone, but the chords to the one note singing are actually quite sophisticated and make the monotone work wondrously.)

    Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme
    Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme
    Remember me up here in mid air
    Remember me in all my despair
    Remember me in my underwear
    He never was a true love of mine

    My little girl all grown up an’ leaving me
    So soon, it seems like yesterday
    I held her in my arms

    Thyme

    Oh Mama, I’m right here. I ain’t goin’ anywhere. I’m jus’ gettin’ married.

    Mama

    Go on now an’ live your own life
    No matter what, jus’ know when you’re leaving me
    I’ll still be here like yesterday
    Though time has passed me by

    Oh my little bitterweed
    My little love seed
    Where did He go?
    Do you know?
    Do I need to remain at my window?
    Do I wait for you both at my window?
    Counting the hours to long ago

    Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme
    Remember me up here in mid air
    Remember me in all my despair
    Remember me in my underwear

    Thyme

    Mama, I’m tellin’ you, I ain’t goin’ anywhere. I’ll be with you to the end of your days. That’s a promise. That is a promise …

    Mama

    Parsley sage Rosemary and Thyme
    The road was his, but you are mine

    Aw, what’s the point?

    So go on now an’ live your own life
    No matter what, I know you be leaving me
    I’ll still be here like yesterday
    Though time has passed me by
    Though time has passed me by

  • Title: Who Ya’ Gonna Turn To
  • Artist: Steve Blanchard, Julia Wade
  • Composer: Peter Link
  • Lyricist: Peter Link, Ragan Courtney
  • Lyrics:

    Who Ya’ Gonna Turn To
    Music by Peter Link
    Words by Peter Link and Ragan Courtney

    Josiah

    Aw, Ma’ sweet darlin’ lemon Thyme, I’m so sorry they put you through that. Shame on ‘em all fer treatin’ you that way. You gots to leave that all behind. The entire moment ain’t worth the time ya’ give it. Gotta jus’ move on, darlin’. Forgive an’ forget.

    Thyme

    The forgettin’ part is a whole lot easier than the forgivin’ part, but, yer right, I know, yer right. I can forget ‘em, but at the moment, the forgivin’ part ain’t so easy.

    Josiah

    Well, ol’ girl, what ya’ jus’ said gits me ta’ thinkin’ on that famous ol’ hymn from ma’ childhood. Goes somethin’ like this …

    Josiah (continues)

    When life jus’ seems ta’ turn on you
    Who ya’ gonna turn to
    Whatcha gonna do
    It don’t matter who makes ya’ blue
    Who drives ya’ cuckoo
    Who’s goin’ lulu
    Who turns the screw
    Who ya’ gonna turn to
    Whatcha gonna do
    When life jus’ seems ta’ turn on you

    When life jus’ seems ta’ turn on you
    Who ya’ gonna turn to
    Who can see ya’ through
    Who can really help an’ who jus’ makes do
    Who’s jus’ some yahoo
    Puttin’ on the hoodoo
    An’ who’s tried an’ true
    When life don’t seem ta’ turn you on, Thyme
    Who ya’ gonna turn to
    Whatcha gonna do
    When life jus’ seems ta’ turn on you

    Thyme

    Well, that’s why I come to you, Josiah! God knows Lizzie’s not much help these days. I swear, I donno where she be standin’ in all this. An’ that Abigail ... I thought she was my friend!

    Josiah

    You’re bein’ tried
    Sure as sin
    An’ I must confide
    It’s the very same state I’m in
    Nobody dares ta’ look me in the eye anymore
    Why, when I walk into a room
    Things git quiet as a tomb
    An’ ever’body there
    Jus’ starts lookin’ at the floor
    As if there’s somethin’ there
    They needed to explore
    Offhand I’d say they’s tryin’ to ignore
    The very thought of me

    So who ya’ gonna turn to
    It can’t be me
    We two fallin’ from the same ol’ tree
    Ever’body thinkin’ we both kinda odd
    Ain’t nobody left ta’ turn to
    I been searchin’ high Heaven ta’ find me one friend
    An’ there’s nobody left but God

    Thyme

    Well now, Mr. Preacher Man, seems like that ain’t so bad, is it?

    Josiah

    Well, my little darlin’, I’m ‘a thinkin’ you jus’ got the point now, ... didn’t ya’?

    Thyme

    Oh … Well now, ya’ got me there, Josiah. You’re a clever man, I ‘spect.

    Both

    When life jus’ seems ta’ turn on you
    Who ya’ gonna turn to
    Whatcha gonna do
    It don’t matter who makes ya’ blue
    Who drives ya’ cuckoo
    Who’s goin’ lulu
    An’ Who turns the screw
    Who ya’ gonna turn to
    Whatcha gonna do
    When life jus’ seems ta’ turn on you

    Josiah

    Jus’ smile an’ laugh an’
    Praise the Lord!

    Thyme

    An’ bid your troubles adieu

    Both

    Who ya’ gonna turn to?


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