Modern Mediaeval

by David Garside

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A suite of orchestral pop, wrapped in luscious string and brass arrangements.

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released June 15, 2008

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Track Name: We Share The Same Space
We share the same space in the world
Though we’re living in a different place
We don’t let our share go to waste
Where it comes from – we don’t care
We use the same part of our hearts for overruling our big heads
Though we talk, nothing needs to be said

There he is, on his own again
Composing lines his face
Got blessed in the zone again
The preacher writes an ace

Like two plastic cups connected by one piece of string
Whenever I ring you sense the connection and you pull me in
With your wisdom and wit
I’m glad for my portion of it

He finds tranquillity at night
The day is tucked up tight and put to sleep
No ruminating on things dreaming cannot change
While I count mine like sheep

We were both left alone to learn
They never say goodbye
But thanks to the grace of her go I
And where else could he turn?

Knees to the ground
Ears close to the sound of an Italian man changing his plans
Eyes to the floor because she wants him no more
The times may have changed but the space stays the same

We share the space
We use the same part
Though we talk
Nothing needs to be said