Alan Bonner (Feat​.​Pa Reidy) - Torch Song (Feat. Pa Reidy)

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A re-recording of a track from Alan Bonner's 2008 debut album 'Songs For The Heartshaped" with Pa Reidy on guitar and guest vocals

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TORCH SONG by Alan Bonner

I think its time for me to stop
Carrying this torch
It's burning me
I think it's time for me to stop
Carrying this torch
It's getting heavy

Cause it seems to me , you're not aware, you hardly know I'm here
You don't see the light I shine
And it seems to me, that you rely on someone else's torch to guide you through the night

I think it's time for me to stop
Carrying this torch
it's getting light
And as the first birds start to sing
Singing to me,
They tell me that I'll be alright

Cause it seems to me, that anything you ever felt for me wasn't real just fabrication,
And stupidly, I wore my heart with pride upon my sleeve
Believed my imagination

But every time I try to put you down
Something stops me I can't set you to the ground.
Can you hear it, can you hear that sound?
Can you hear that sound of the fire going out
Of the fire going out

I think it's time for me to stop,
Carrying this torch.
It's burning me.

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from SONGS IN THE KEY OF SEA : The Galway Bay EP, released April 6, 2018
Vocals Organ - Alan Bonner
Music and Lyrics - Alan Bonner
Guitar and Vocals - Pa Reidy

Production - Will O' Connor
Recorded at Willow Sea Studios Galway, Ireland
c.2018 Alan Bonner

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ALAN BONNER London, UK

"Alan Bonner has the means of a pauper but sings with the heart of a king" is what one critic wrote in review of the English musician's 2012 Balladeer album.
He has toured extensively on both sides of the atlantic & in Europe
Night Music - His 3rd album was released in 2016. He has received airplay on BBC6 Music and MTV Italy, & has appeared in publications Time Out Attitude, Gay Times, & Grazia
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