Glove and Boots’ Johnny T extols the virtues and vicissitudes of his favourite city.
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“the house is in the wife’s name but I didn’t bother telling her”
Quentin the property developer apologises to the country.
He seems nice.
Performed by Liam Hourican.
‘Lurching piano’ by Peter Crann.
(Thanks David Crann)
Give me a sign
Now is the time
Help me to find
Where I’m supposed to go
Sitting in my room trying to induce a state of panic
Trying to establish the existence of free will
But I cannot do it and so now I understand it
Now I understand why people kill
Sitting in my room trying to induce a state of wellness
Wondering if I will gain admission to your club
But finding out if she is there will only make me jealous
Now I understand why people love
What is the reason for the seasons do you know?
Why have I the feeling that she will have to go?
A trippy tribute to music blogger and DJ Nialler9 (of Nialler9’s Gig of The Week)
Part of a series of Songs Named After Music Blogs
Fred (96), entered a songwriting contest he saw advertised in a local paper despite not being able to play an instrument or sing. Instead, he mailed the lyrics of a song he’d written about his wife Lorraine.
They’d been together since the late 1930s and she had passed away the month before.
Whatever you make of the song the studio recorded for Fred, you may find that, dammit, you have something in your eye or whatever.