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Anna’s Anchor – White Washed Corridor

A powerful new single soaked in boozy regret and sober defiance  taken off long-player ‘Everybody’s Welcome’ by Anna’s Anchor (aka Limerick’s Marty Ryan) released on September 14 and available to pre-order now.

Marty writes:

It’s about my struggle to come to terms with my mother’s alcoholism and the ridiculously difficult, dangerous path I had to take in order to try and find help to come to terms with it, as the Irish government tries to turn a blind eye to mental health services, especially when it comes to alcohol related abuse.

Anna’s Anchor

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  1. Clampers Outside!

    Crackin’ lyrics to boot ! ..from youtube link…

    WHITE WASHED CORRIDOR
    Open up a thick brown wooden door,
    To clean out everything that’s on the cutting room floor,
    I left not knowing what I believed in anymore.
    Spat out into a white washed corridor,
    That smothers all the truth in its walls,
    Like we’re just human after all.

    Not ashamed, not ashamed, that’s my mother
    Even if there’s not much to recover.
    Not ashamed, not ashamed, that’s my mother
    Even if there’s not much to recover.

    Take down every single photograph,
    Bury and recess as much of the past,
    But the upstairs light still shouts,
    Please come back.

    Not ashamed, not ashamed, that’s my mother
    Even if there’s not much to recover.
    Not ashamed, not ashamed, that’s my mother
    Even if there’s not much to recover.

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