Canary

from Ramble by Steve Folk

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Stainless steel and bad moustaches,
a hot headed week of broken promises,
from tired men inside there stiff cloth,
good nature is concrete and glass.
good nature is concrete and glass.

40 Stories high and the smell of newness,
Guarded by the face of the useless,
illluminous gardens with immaculate care,
short skirted ladies with over tight hair,
good nature, concrete and glass.
good nature is concrete and glass.

a tidal river threatens all the work they had put in,
but as they pass, some would hope, that the
water rose and drowned them for there sins.

Ambition and money combined,
a popular cocktail for this kind
of women and men,
who crave the big spend,
good nature is concrete and glass.
good nature is concrete and glass.

DLR or car, back to spouse or fancy bar,
drunk by 9pm, lets do it all again.
good nature, concrete and glass.

one more year I'll have no more rungs to climb
one more year I'll have no more rungs to climb

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from Ramble, released June 25, 2012
released 25 June 2012
All songs written by Steve Thompson AKA Blabbermouth
Vocals and Guitar:
Steve Thompson AKA Blabbermouth
Additional Instruments/Programming:
Ian Faragher
Backing Vocals on tracks 5 and 11:
Josienne Clarke
Melodeon on tracks 5 and 7:
Nick Cooke
Production and Mixing: Ian Faragher
Mastering: Air Studios
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