Second single taken from Sarah Mary Chadwick's album 'Roses Always Die'.
'Cool It' is a description of time moving anxiously and the ways we get through our days. It casts a character as someone who will help the time pass more painlessly - though 'You know, I'll cool it off, it's fine.' Nothings going to happen, nothing ever does, roses always die - but they look good for that minute.
""As an art form, song is largely decorative. Oh sure, there's substance – loads! – but it’s only when you spend an album with Sarah Mary Chadwick that you realise how much emphasis most artists place on bells and whistles."" STACK Magazine
Sarah Mary Chadwick's "Roses Always Die" is a MUST. Get it before it sells out.