A Boy With No Name

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A BOY WITH NO NAME

I remember the day my mother told me
Not to hold on too tight, don't let nobody own me
I just do what I can with what I've been given
Got no debt on my side, no need to be forgiven

I surrendered in vain, I think it was a Sunday
I threw out my voice, heard it echo down the hallway
I've wrestled with books until every word felt the same
I gave up inside, just a boy with no name, a boy with no name

Now I wear my best coat, just to hide in the corners
They’re drinking red wine and singing at the chorus
Couldn't stand anymore, but I wasn't ashamed
Spilling tears as I ran, a boy with no name, a boy with no name

My hand felt the cold as I wound down the window
Old shoes on the bed, black marks on the pillow
I'll always remember your smile, as I remember the rain
And the rise & the fall of a boy with no name, a boy with no name

All music and lyrics by Grant Campbell
Crooked Mouth Records 2014

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from The Spark, released May 19, 2014

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Grant Campbell Glasgow, UK

Grant Campbell is a Scottish singer-songwriter living in Glasgow.

'The Spark' is the fifth release by Grant Campbell and will be available from Monday 19th May 2014.
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