Dancers in a painting

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lyrics

I drew a picture on your wall,
so you’ll always have a view
If it’s dark outside and you feel scared,
you’ll always have a view
and all the things you love the most,
will show themselves in there
and change the picture from day to day
as so much changes from day to day.

So a different picture every day,
depending on how you feel
and each one may appear short lived
but then so much is...
and all the friends you love the most,
will dance together in there
and change the picture from day to day
as so much changes from day to day

All the people dance together
Hand in hand they hold each other
No one asks much of the other
Know that nothing lasts forever.

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from Where Once Were Roads, released January 31, 2012

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Sugardrum Surrey, UK

Sugardrum is the musical name of songwriter, storyteller and multi-instrumentalist Nigel Bunner. Lying on the boundary between folk and indie the new EP “3 Penny Postcard” is the follow up to the debut EP "Where Once Were Roads" which was featured on the BBC 6music Introducing Mixtape. ... more

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