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Tag Archives: The International Language Of Mime
This song was originally written when I was in my first year of university, but then packed away and forgotten about for four years. I found it again and couldn’t remember how it went, so I wrote a new country-folkish … Continue reading
To quote my own introduction to this song at International Language Of Mime gigs, this is about a friend of mine who wishes to remain nameless. It’s called Emily. I originally wrote this song towards the end of 2001 as … Continue reading
OK, now we get down to it. This is what I started this blog for. I recently purchased my self one of these: The other week I dug out a few of my old cassettes, and set about digitising them. … Continue reading
This was the last song I wrote before leaving London for Australia, way back in the mists of time (2001). It is an incredibly basic rock and roll number – a little too basic, it has been said. I have … Continue reading