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Saint Saviour – I Remember

Saint Saviour – I Remember

Saint Saviour is from Teeside and sings, writes and produces music. Formerly of Groove Armada, most notably collaborating on the Grammy Nominated ‘Black Light’ she moved on to a solo career in 2012, self releasing 2x EP’s and a debut album ‘Union’.

Album #2 ‘In The Seams’ will be released some time in Autumn 2014, having been produced by Bill Ryder Jones and recorded at Parr St studios with Manchester Camerata. It is an album Saint Saviour is very, very proud of.

 

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‘I Remember’ Lyrics:

I remember when we were skin and bone, tough and cruel
But bruises brown and fade away
Trinkets in a coat pocket stolen from kids at school
Burned a hole and fed a shame

Someone should have told you that you’d always have a place to go
Uh oh I thought you would have known
Someone should have told you that you’d never find yourself alone
Uh oh, we lost you to the snow

I remember when we would hang about in hollow trees
New sounds, sitting smoking leaves
Walking past boarded up windows kept you down
Sh*t town, knew you couldn’t breathe

Someone should have told you that you’d always have a place to go
Uh oh I thought you would have known
Someone should have told you that you’d never find yourself alone
Uh oh, we lost you to the snow

Or maybe you climbed out after all
I didn’t wait around to see you fall
Found you on facebook soft and warm
You must have known it. You must have known it
You must have known it. You must have known it

Video by Andy Berriman (The Night Thief)

 

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