Song for Everything EP

by Laish

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I need my dirt To get buried in the day I like to feel surrounded In a solitary way We have left the realm Of causality Moving in together Brings out the best in me I am not so organised I go by my nose You are made of stronger stuff And faithful to your toes So I wanna look you in the eye And say I tried I'm trying I will get to you Like no one else gets to you I will get inside Where no one else gets inside And I will hold you Like no one else ever held you And I will be alive And you will be alive Naked
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I'm learning to love the bomb The shell of administration I'm learning I'm learning I'm learning To love the bomb It is a powerful weapon It is the force to reckon The only true currency Is a moment uninterrupted Keep up with It's never ending I fear I fear we near an ending But I'm learning I'm learning I'm learning To love the bomb Oh I'm learning I'm learning I'm learning To love the bomb It is a powerful weapon It is the force to reckon The only true currency Is a moment uninterrupted
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I keep dreaming bout you babe Are you coming home I keep wondering why you thought You could do it alone My little prince has gone Little prince has gone Little prince has gone You still haunt me in my bed Wish you'd leave me alone For the here and now You don't even come When I call you home My little prince has gone Little prince has gone Little prince has gone And I keep wondering why Was I away too long And I keep looking for my name Between the lines in every song
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You keep rattling around my subconscious Like an ever present moth come to haunt us And you're rattling around in the evening And you're rattling around when I'm breathing You keep rattling around my subconscious Like an ever present moth come to haunt us And you're rattling around when I'm eating And you're rattling around when I'm sleeping And you're rattling around in the ether And you're rattling around when I'm with her Oh you're rattling around You're rattling around Rattling around Rattling around

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Reviews:

“Favourite new song of the week – now with great 70s retro video. Super catchy, there’s a lot going on there, making for a really interesting and sophisticated and splendid new discovery.”” Chris Hawkins BBC 6 Music

“I really love it! Every track is golden.” Chris T-T, Totally Radio

"Laish become more confident and assured. Danny Green is an exceptional songwriter." - Music Musings and Such

“This is without a doubt one of the best songs released so far this year and now it has the best video.” Southcoasting

“I was pulled in with the first listen, it is indeed a heartfelt track that will capture your attention at the first few notes” – Indieminded

“Bouncy pop numbers with a gentle wink, and just general melodic gorgeousness, distributed across 4 lovely new tracks. Laish have a way with harmony and arrangement that is difficult to resist, and a mastery of phrase which will stay with you – a lyric in one of their tracks remains one of my all-time favourites.” Dani Charlton, Amazing Radio

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released March 25, 2016

Songs written and produced by Danny Green

Engineered, produced and mixed by Dave Gerard at Watchtower Studios, Rayners Lane, London

Danny Green - Guitars and lead vocal
Tom Chadd - Synths, piano
Talitha Gamaroff - Vocals
Sara Mae Tuson - Vocals
Matt Canty - Bass
Tobias Humble - Drums
Mike Siddell - Violins
Ben Green - beats on Rattling Around

Mastered by Nick at Brighton Mastering

Artwork by Jessamy Hawke

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Laish is the name given to Danny Green's songs.

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