Lyrics One more time – Save me Lost my love down a dead end street Not far from where we first did meet Where we bowed under the weight of love Such a feeling like it came from above one more time, oh one more time When the wind blew and the rains came down
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKR7PzID5Xg From The Royal Exchange Theatre Great Hall Manchester 2010. ‘yağmur yağar’ means “it’s raining”. Lou Armer brought this song to the band after she heard it played on the ukelele by Brenna Macrimmon. In Turkish it’s known as a Rumeli türküsü which means a song from the Rumeli region. In Ottoman times, the name
It’s a busy week working on our new recording – a song about Tom Hurndall. A couple of years after I first moved to Manchester, I was in town and heard what sounded like a protest. So I followed the voices and there was a student demonstration coming down Oxford Road into the City Centre.
This is one of my oldest songs written about the ancient River Lea that flows through London. It’s use as a transportation route dates back to the Roman age and even older stoneage remains have been found along it’s banks. I used to cycle down it to get some peace and avoid the traffic during
Time to go Lyrics by Paula Darwish. A song about Tony Blair, his part on the Gulf War and his eventual fall from power. Recorded for the album ‘do what you love’ in 2008. Welcome to the world where the mighty fall Where the lies die young and the truth grows tall Welcome to the