Reflections

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Recorded by Mikel Eceiza at Mecca Recording Studio, Oiartzun, in 2015.

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Reflections

Go and look
Through your window to my world
Rose-tinted glass
The chosen parts
What I want you to know

And stop to see
How we outdo one and all
The better days
The masquerades
The writing on the wall

I sometimes ache
For the slightest sign of you
Sit, stare and wait
Until my days are through
I should know now
Surrounded but alone
When it’s time to head back home
Time to head on home
I’d better make my own
My own way

Come for me
I’ll be by the waterside
Looking in
At the world within
Lost in reflected eyes

Then find me
Where the hours are whiled away
In a mirrored hall
That distorts us all
Into the parts we pine to play

I sometimes ache
For the slightest sign of you
Sit, stare and wait
Until my days are through
I should know now
Surrounded but alone
When it’s time to head back home
Time to head on home
I’d better make my own
My own way

credits

from Back and Forth, released May 10, 2015
Luke Armstrong: acoustic guitar & vocals
Landon Cotham: cajon, shaker & backing vocals
Josetxo Orueta: 5 String Fretless Bass
Marie Lallier: piano & backing vocals:

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Luke Armstrong San Sebastián, Spain

Luke Armstrong's songs are a modern take on old-time music with a travelled English folk sound. His compositions draw on traditional influences, a rapid fingerpicking technique and unusual open tunings to create music which evokes echoes of the Les Cousin's generation of the 1960s. ... more

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