Your Favourite Song

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Recorded for the 'Last Drinks, One More Night' EP

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Well I can go out on the town, I hit the city streets at 10
And I know where to find you, I know the places that you're in
Until I find myself in the alley just outside
I don't ever dare, no I won't even try

So can I borrow your favourite song to keep me warm
I can sing it when I'm feeling like everybody's gone
I could go out and I could try to write my own
But baby I can never replace your favourite song

And it's always after midnight I get a willingness to call
I won't mind distractions or asleep I'm gonna fall
Until I find myself just hanging on the line
All I do is whisper goodnight my dear goodnight

Can I borrow your favourite song to keep me warm
I can sing it when I'm feeling like everything is gone
I could go out and I could try to write my own
But baby I can never replace your favourite song
Oh baby I'll never replace your favourite song

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from Mountain Songs, released August 28, 2016

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Paul William Ray VIC, Australia

I live on top of a mountain in Victoria, Australia. I play guitar, banjo and sing... On rough days I like Tequila shots with a beer chaser.

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