POSTCARD GIFT

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So if you picked up one of my “Try The Best You Can”-postcards on the tour you probably would find out that it includes a free download of the song. Here it is:

FREE DOWNLOAD OF FRONTLINE PLUS VIDEO AND LYRICS

Frontline

Cross the lake / Don’t give, just take / Over on this side it’s much nicer / Leave old habits / Come on catch the rabbits / We’re looking for toy soldiers in line / You’ve never heard screams / At least don’t know what it means / Not so many of them can be trusted / It’s a certain call if you don’t accept the call / We have won the war on both sides already

So hold on to your dreams / And I will find a meaning / While you fight the frontline

A fallen boy in a frame is nothing without a name / That’s why we keep hiding the tracks / So if someone needs a hand / Don’t forget about the plan / First look for victory then the man / There is the one and only truth that’s been given / And after that there’s a world of misguided souls / So don’t give in / You know you will win / Even if it’s in your grave you first find forgiveness

So hold on to your dreams / And I will find a meaning / While you fight the frontline

Now remember your brothers / Get them over the borders / Leave a country of mines left for the innocent / There’s nothing you can do / Now you have seen them chase their own / Just leave your hat on and run / Run

So hold on to your dreams / And I will find a meaning / While you fight the frontline

UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF A COLORLESS VOLATILE FLAMMABLE LIQUID

Well, the remainder of our journey was a train ride back to London and then see what would be coming our way. Dead tired of moving along by putting one foot in front of the other we went for the solution of staying in. Staying in discussing philosophically interesting ways of recording musical albums. One of which was to take on the path of the Mythbusters and find out if a record produced under the influence of too much alcohol (and/or drugs) will turn out to become a classic.

Explicit decision
Tough case
No willingness
Negotiation
Strikingly uncertain and divided
Like a two-faced dog unleashed

Thanks for now London. We’ll meet again. I am moving back…
Here’s a free MP3 of Newborn from The Musician:

Download by right-clicking the link:
Newborn

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