Saturday Sessions: Waxahatchee, Kevin Morby perform "Fire"

Waxahatchee is the performance name of Alabama native Katie Crutchfield. Singer and musician Kevin Morby is her partner in life – and sometimes when performing as well. The pair recently moved back to Morby’s native Kansas City, where they both are creating new music. Morby’s new album “Sundowner” came out this fall, and Waxahatchee's album “Saint Cloud” was released last spring. The two joined “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to perform the song “Fire,” from Waxahatchee’s album “Saint Cloud.”

Video Transcript

[MUSIC - WAXAHATCHEE, KEVIN MORBY, "FIRE"]

WAXAHATCHEE: (SINGING) That's what I wanted. It's not as if we cry a river, call it rain. West Memphis is on fire in the light of day. Give me something, it ain't enough. It ain't enough.

I take it for granted. If I could love you unconditionally, I could iron out the edges of the darkest sky. For some of us, it ain't enough. It ain't enough.

And I take off driving, past places been tainted, I put on a good show for you. And when I turn back around, will you drain me back out, will you let me believe that I broke through?

Tomorrow could feel like a hundred years later, I'm wiser and slow and attuned. And I am down on my knees, I'm a bird in the trees. I can learn to see with a partial view. I can learn to be easy as I move in close to you.

And that's what I wanted. It's not as if we cry a river, call it rain. West Memphis is on fire in the light of day. Give me something, it ain't enough. It ain't enough.

I take it for granted. If I could love you unconditionally, I could iron out the edges of the darkest sky. For some of us, it ain't enough. It ain't enough.

[MUSIC - WAXAHATCHEE, KEVIN MORBY, "FIRE"]