God's Front Porch

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lyrics

I’m the loneliest man in the world right now
Maybe I’m not, maybe I’m just down
For the next three days I’ll call this home
Watching all the ground beneath us fall
Life with you never felt like this
Never been one for the simple things

Standing on the corner of God’s front porch
Watching all the ground beneath us fall
Loneliness and solitude
Seldom get the two confused

Quit your job and walk away
Didn’t like it that much anyway
Sell your house and start again
Burn your past and make new friends
Cos you can check out any time you want
Already been a tad too long

Standing on the corner of God’s front porch
Watching all the ground beneath us fall
Loneliness and solitude
Seldom get the two confused

But if I tried and if I missed
Would you leave me alone like this?
For all the things I’ve ever done
Would you let my life go on

I’m the loneliness man in the world right now
Maybe I’m not, maybe I’m just down

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from the British IBM, released July 26, 2012
Adrian Killens, David Martin, Paul Richards, Anna Scott

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the British IBM Cambridge, UK

The British IBM was formed by retro enthusiast and singer-songwriter Aidy as a way of combining his two passions; indie rock and vintage computing. Joined by an innovative rhythm section featuring bassist David and drummer Paul, the trio have been performing and touring together for two years as 'Aidy' before The British IBM was officially born on the 1st January 2012. ... more

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