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It doesn't matter what age you are — it's hard to forget the I'm not with you I lose my mindGive me a signHit me, baby, one more time . stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used toI know that you're gonna have it. I've built up the courage to come back and meet you, Mother and father would you call me your own These lyrics, taken from Child Ballad , tell the tale of when the pinder (a medieval . We have to stop the water and lake from arriving. Please feel free to share the lyrics you know, found, or simply just want to give a try. Many of the lyrics are unknown . Denise & Baby´s Gang - Disco Maniac Duke Lake - Dance Tonight / Do You You will be running to meet me. The boys.
Like a baby, stillborn, like a beast with his horn I have torn everyone who reached out for me. But I swear by this song and by all that I have done wrong I will make it all up to thee.
I saw a beggar leaning on his wooden crutch, he said to me, "You must not ask for so much. The door it opened slowly, my father he came in, I was nine years old. And he stood so tall above me, his blue eyes they were shining and his voice was very cold. He said, "I've had a vision and you know I'm strong and holy, I must do what I've been told.
Well, the trees they got much smaller, the lake a lady's mirror, we stopped to drink some wine.
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Then he threw the bottle over. Broke a minute later and he put his hand on mine. Thought I saw an eagle but it might have been a vulture, I never could decide.
Then my father built an altar, he looked once behind his shoulder, he knew I would not hide. You who build these altars now to sacrifice these children, you must not do it anymore. A scheme is not a vision and you never have been tempted by a demon or a god. You who stand above them now, your hatchets blunt and bloody, you were not there before, when I lay upon a mountain and my father's hand was trembling with the beauty of the word.
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And if you call me brother now, forgive me if I inquire, "Just according to whose plan? When it all comes down to dust I will help you if I must, I will kill you if I can.
In Vancouver they met Texan songwriter, and fellow vagabond, Jolie Holland. Together they began to play a series of loose living room jam sessions. Holland introduced them to the song, "Be Good Tanya," written by her friend Obo Martin, and thus the band name was christened.
More and more they honed in on old country, country blues and gospel. It was this amalgamation of musical ideas that sparked their sound, and resulted in their luminous debut, "Blue Horse," named on of 's Top 50 albums by Britain's Q Magazine who went on to insist that if their readers "buy one country album this year" it should be "Blue Horse".
The album also became a popular favorite across their native Canada thanks to touring Frazey borrowed money from her mom to finance their first tourword of mouth and support from the CBC and its national radio programs like Sheila Rogers' "This Morning" and Bill Richardson's "Roundup. Then the group became the toast of England — noted deejay Whispering Bob Harris, while visiting Nashville, bought a copy of "Blue Horse" because he liked the back cover photograph.
He liked the CD even more. Upon Harris' return to England, he spun it on his show and the results were a sold out Be Good Tanyas tour before the women, or their album, had even landed on UK soil.
When the album was released, it hit the Top 10 on the country chart. Their second UK tour, which included appearances at the Glastonbury and Cambridge festivals, was interrupted for two weeks as the band flew to Australia to tour with renowned Aussie songwriter Paul Kelly. When it came time to record "Chinatown," which the group decided to self-produce, they approached the task with a newfound sense of gravitas.
Before, we were very green. We didn't have the technically savvy that we do now.
Because they were producing the album themselves, the Tanyas allowed themselves the luxury of experimenting and making sure that the final version of each song met their expectations. Ford wrote four of the original songs appearing on "Chinatown," including "It's Not Happening" and "Junkie Song," the latter a slice of life reflecting Vancouver's unseen drug problem. You don't see it all the time.
A friend of mind came from Montreal and wanted to go out late at night. Vancouver's not a real late night city. We went to see a band and ended up walking around my neighborhood at 2 a.