Peter AdamsMore Than You Know
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From the album "The Spiral Eyes"

Peter Adams - Everything

Forget to write and I will call you up at night
And let it ring.
The morning sun, it never bothered anyone
But you might find it wise to close the blinds.

The more I sleep the less I like to use my feet
They drag me down
So after lunch why don't you come around and see
Why I can't eat at all
Why I can't even breathe.

More than you know.

How many bridges are we supposed to cross
Before we meet the boss?
The great escape always seems to want to wait
Oh merry go round and round and round and round.

Tommorow the sorrow will be forgotten although
I will remember how I fell upon the floor
Song Comments

Peter Adams is a wonderfully creative bedroom indie auteur..More Than You Know is a beautiful empathetic song with its wonderful violin and sweet-natured happy-sad vibe..

I found this one on Steve Ison's Picks (a treasure trove of essential music). A sublime piece of pop music. Wonderfully produced and arranged. This reminds me of The Zombies.

quirky pop 801
Folky ELO! This song makes me wanna run through the poppy fields in my undies.

WalknRoll USA

Lost Beatles Tracks?
Peter has a McCartney - Emmitt Rhodes feel to this tune. Though The Disappeared isn't here on IAC, it's worth looking for. But in the meantime, check out his page for three wonderful tunes.

The Metro Underground
The Lightning Seeds -meets- Badly Drawn Boy.

melodic joys...

serendipity redux II
I'm not trying to pigeonhole the boy, but I reckon this is one for George Harrison fans. The pizzicato violins are just toe-tappingly twitchily addictive, and the keyboard key change sneaks up on you like someone with an eelskin full of sand

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