My Song Recommendations

A song recommendation every day (be warned, they will probably all be weird folky songs that no one will have heard of or want to bother with.) Hozier, Sara Bareilles, Hudson Taylor, Passenger, Ben Howard, Bear's Den, Vance Joy will all probably be featured quite heavily.

Basically this is just my response to how much I love certain songs and writers at the moment and how I listen to something and get that "weird evangelical zeal, and become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans [hear it]".

Enjoy!

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9. Day 8 - World Without You

 

World Without You by Hudson Taylor:

You don't know what you've been missing out on
I've been waiting around for you to call
You don't know what you've been missing out on
You know I'm not a ghost, just come around
If I'd have listened to that fortune cooky wisdom
I'd have been a whole lot better off
But still I live with this constant light on
To show you the way back home

Do you know what it feels like to fall in your arms
Do you know what it feels like to love you,
I can taste every tear drop you've given me this far
Don't forget who it is that you are

Did you take a class on who to, take a class on who to be friends with?
Cos now I know you're with them, and we are not just sunday love
You said I talk the talk but don't walk it, but all in all you just left me out
But don't you know that I'm nothing,
without you I'm just suffering for you now

Do you know what it feels like to fall in your arms
Do you know what it feels like to love you,
I can taste every tear drop you've given me this far
Don't forget who it is that you are

A world without you, what would I do, what would I do without you
A world without you, what would I do, what would I do without you

Do you know what it feels like to fall in your arms
Do you know what it feels like to love you,
I can taste every tear drop you've given me this far
Don't forget who it is that you are

 

Well today I have decided to introduce you to another of my musical pleasures - brother duo Harry and Alfie Hudson Taylor. This song (and the beautiful video) is simply sublime and is taken from their album 'Singing for Strangers'. I may be reading too much into the song but I just love the portrayal of the abbreviated father/son relationship. Hopefully you enjoy it too and I cannot recommend the album enough (if you're in to modern folk-style music like me) plus it has 21 tracks on it which seems like a pretty good deal to me.

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