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Ed Prichard Heard a track from Vol 1 on Dermot O'Leary's show - preceded by the Milk Carton Kids' Michigan - fabulous songwriting, great voice. What's not to like? Favorite track: Ships Pass.
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Ships Pass 03:19
It’s cold outside your window But warm between your thighs We both know what’s happening But we leave it aside Yeah it’s cold outside this evening As cars roll down your street We won’t join forces we just needed to meet And I will find someone Who stays with me all night Yeah I will find somebody just right We can’t look in our faces And words would come out surprised We both wanted something that’s so hard to disguise And I will find someone who knows how hard I try Yeah I will find somebody just right The lines are blurred in your heart The lines are blurred in your heart Those ties are burned in your heart Those lines are blurred Its cold outside this evening But warm between your sheets We both wanted something We’re not likely to repeat
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Big Star 03:05
Hello darling, how about this end arriving at our wits end? I’d rather see you anyway I’d rather see you anyway Our only hope is feeling like a child again I only hope I’m feeling like a child again Reminders sting like a bitch I’d rather work on that itch
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On Your Side 03:53
How can you say what I did, when you couldn’t cope with the lie? I stayed in your corner till you say ‘we’re through’ And it worked for a long time How could you sound so unsure when you knew it only felt right? I followed you over and you sent me back Was the game for a long time I was on your side I was on your side How can you tell me what’s wrong when you don’t know either what’s right? The moment is over and so are we too And the game for a long time Now it’s feeding time I was on your side I was on your side You say you don’t give Until you wanna stop Until you wanna stop
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Seven Times 03:09
Seven times ago I held you far too close Something always wrong, you and I fell short It won’t bind me you know Seven times ago Something always wrong, you and I fell short Do I have to run now from you? I’ll be leaving, safer on my own again It takes one heart to follow in the dark New ways, new part, new hope, new start Seven times ago I held you far too close Something always wrong, you and I fell short
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Too far away to be seen staying on her side If I were you, and you were me; I would not be surprised. Listen to her Listen to her You relay she’s aggrieved; don’t you realise what to do, how to be? Not the time for pride Listen to her Listen to her Every time, every time you’ve seen her out
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Walking on bridges, peering through water Used to read well back when you were the author Swinging on lampposts, a kiss on street corner Perks of a life you feel have gone before you Come out of the shadows Come out of the past Come out of the shadows at last Acting all innocent, playing beginners Feels a bit sullied now you think we’re all sinners But honey there’s only so many winters One little fence & you’re scared by the splinters You’re walking on the shadow; you’re walking on the shadow path
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Your heart walks by Each day I’m too shy to catch your eye I don’t even try So it’s only natural I’m not even on your radar Not even on your radar I wish for your heart or even one part You see straight through I don’t know what to do I’m not even on your radar Not even on your radar You don’t notice cos I’m mute when I shoot a goodbye kiss I’m not even on your radar Not even on your radar
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Saw your heart and soul Thought you were much deeper… Sweet nothin’, sweet nothin’ Don’t move a muscle And all the times I’ve tried to save it Now I’ve found the place to waste my love You’re not one to ignore Felt my heart grow weaker Sweet nothin’, sweet nothin’ Don’t move a muscle You’ve been caught before Trying to be speaker Sweet nothin’, sweet nothin’ Don’t move a muscle And all the times I’ve tried to save it Now I’ve found the place to waste my love
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I Surrender 04:48
Darling I surrender I’m putty in your hands and I’m broken when you’re gone You come in first you come in last I don’t care as long as you come Darling I remember Only making plans and never keeping one You come in first you come in last I don’t care as long as you come home You’re on your back, arms at the ready Facing your head up, forcing your head up

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released February 3, 2013

Recorded & Produced by Paul Cook/Julian Simmons
Mixed by Julian Simmons at DIN Sound
Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering

Written and performed by Paul Cook with:
Drums - Ben Evans
Piano (Radar) / Organ (Seven Times) - Julian Simmons
Piano (On Your Side) - Alexia Hagen

Cover image by Max Hetherington
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