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Glory Bell's Band (Swe) - My Life


I was born in a little town
where the dust from the factorys
is hangin' heavier now
When I was a little boy, maybe six years old
my daddy told me we must leave
Why? I began to cry
I found myself going down

Til' I heard the voice of Richard Penniman
I felt my life had just begun
I played his records all night long
and his songs went into my heart
fast like a Concorde
fast like a Concorde

I decided that my future is music and songs
Tried to do the best I could
in my new home
Band after band, they gave me the kick
I know this madness age is nasty and sick
Ten years flew away,
twentyfour here we go

I can't live without my music
I can't live without my songs
My mother told me: keep on playing my son

Never give up
like the gravity on earth
I remember blood and tears
I think I'm worth a million
and a bath in champagne
oh, a bath in champagne

Once again,
I decided that my future is music and songs
I opened the gates to an adventure
My sickness they can't cure
My sickness they can't cure

Music and Words: G. North
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