Is it Too Late to Save Oscar Pike

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Countrified rock song that stemmed out of the subject matter for the play of the same title, which was written by Paul Richards.

lyrics

Sitting in the laptop light, on your own all thru the night
Never loved anyone else, or anything more
You’ve been here many times before, your dreams are shadows on the walls
Fading into nothing once again
And you’re lack of inspiration, caused your miscommunication
Waiting for your destiny to call
But is it too late?
Is it too late to save you?
Now your whole life
Is a dream that you’ve just woken from
Now your twenties have gone
I’m here and your still there, staring out the empty chairs
Wishing all your loneliness away
Waiting on a curtain call, walking down the empty halls
A little piece of you just died today
And you’re lack of inspiration, caused your miscommunication
Waiting for your destiny to call
But is it too late?
Is it too late to save you?
Now your whole life
Is a dream that you’ve just woken from
Now your twenties have gone
And if I ever walked away, I’ll always find my way back home
And if I ever tried again, I’ll always wind up on my own
But is it too late?
Is it too late to save you?
Now your whole life
Is a dream that you’ve just woken from
Now your twenties have gone

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from the British IBM, released July 26, 2012
Adrian Killens, David Martin, Paul Richards, David Greeves, Paul Goodwin

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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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