Cellar Songs

Cellar Songs

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Rock - General | Dublin,Ireland, Ireland
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Member Since: 2001
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Song Description

My best friend Alex wishes he could do what I do and believes I should carry it on regardless of the difficulties. In Ireland we have a saying "F&%k the begrudgers". Sometimes we need good people to reminds us how lucky we are to entertain people for a l

Story Behind the Song

just born out of a conversation with my best friend when I was feeling sorry or myself and my empty pockets

Lyrics

Hey hows the heatwave
Hey hows the dream
Here its the same old same old
the same as it's always been
I couldn'r do what you're doing
I blame the roots of my family tree
You've got a head like a sailor
Sail on for me


Here's to ichy feet and the funny road
And hanging on in there by the tips of your soul
If you're on the ropes and you'r e fighting back
throw one for me.

Old friends might laugh if they saw you
You're life in a suitcase and you're love in a song
all for two shows a month in the village
trying to belong

So hang in there and I'll say that I knew you
I'll flicker my eyes and say I wa your muse
You can fly me first clas to the garden
We'll drink to old blues

(C)
Here's to ichy feet and the funny road
And hanging on in there by the tips of your soul
If you're on the ropes and you'r e fighting back
throw one for me

Here's to ichy feet and the funny road.
You're happy taking part and secretly wanting gold.
If you're on the ropes and you're fighting back.
Throw one for me.

Song Length
4:00
Genres
Folk - Rock, Folk - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Amiable, Glad

Subject Matter
Encouragement, Philosophy

Similar Artists
Neil Young, The Eagles
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits mcdonnell
Music Credits mcdonnell molloy
Producer Credits molloy mcdonnell
Publisher Credits bok music
Performance Credits pal steelo
Label Credits none