Full Circle [feat. Phil James]

by Pedestrian zero

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This song kind of wrote itself. So your guess is probably as good as mine. If you're going to push me, I'd say it's about those conversations (arguments if you like ;P) that go round and round.

Also, I used the word "arse" - I didn't think it was that bad, but apparently online stores consider it explicit. I didn't do a censored version so sorry if it's too much for you. You'll have to sit this one out. My bad.

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Time to turn around and take a bow
There really is no need to figure it out (cut it out now)
You've told me everything there is to tell about it
And if I try and mention this we get to shouting but

I thought it through
and I think it'll do
We're through the looking glass
It's gonna bite you in the arse
I am so over this but
I'm not quite done with this
And now we find it's

Time to turn it out and sing that song
Feeling oh so tight but never wrong (cut it out now)
Get another hundred thousand million reasons
To never have to get to dealing with this grief and

I thought it through
and I think it'll do
We're through the looking glass
It's gonna bite you in the arse
I am so over this but
I'm not quite done with this
And now

Look how we've come full circle
Look how we've come full circle
Look how we've come full circle now

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credits

released May 19, 2018
Written by Toby Hawkins
with additional music and arrangement by Paul West, Ant Martin and Phil James

Musicians
Drums and vocals - Paul West
Bass - Ant Martin (soundcloud.com/anthonymartin-2)
Vocals and electric guitar - Phil James
Vocals and acoustic guitar - Toby Hawkins

Production
Engineered, produced & mixed by Paul West at Awesome Source (www.awesomesourcemusic.com)
Mastered by Pete Maher at Pete Maher Mastering (petemaher.com)
Artwork by Eleanor Hawkins

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Pedestrian zero is the recording/performing name for Toby Hawkins. For more information check out evertheoptimist.com

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