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This voice . . . this voice that causes me to tremble with joy!

I long to take tea with Emilie while watching Upstairs Downstairs . . . Her in lovely white bloomers, her lips touching China so delicate that shadows may pass through it, and I, I should be wearing a misty delicate gown of darktitude. This is hedonism for the ears.

First Review

Okay, so first of all... I can't even begin to tell any of you how long I have been waiting for this to come out on iTunes. I have read and re-read Emilie's poems on song lyrics sights countless times. My favorite poems by Emilie include, Ghost, Funny How Things Change, the Music I heard Once, Empty, the Muse, and What Right Have I. I suggest buying all 46 poems though, since they are all well written and you can buy them together for only $10, instead of having to waste a dollar on each. It probably wouldn't be a good idea, considering that some of these poems are read with haste.


I really wish she would come to Virginia in the U.S. Her poetry is so good and mystifying. Her music is great also


Born: September 22, 1979 in Malibu, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter and instrumentalist Emilie Autumn is an eccentric, musical marvel who's been shaping her style since the age of two. Born September 22, 1979 to a seamstress mother, Autumn started reading notes before learning the alphabet. By age four, she was playing the violin. Her young life was spent in concert halls across Europe and North America, but Autumn grew bored of formal education before her teenage years set in. She attended the well-respected Colburn School of Performing Arts by...
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