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My current favourite song…

…is Small by Lamb, off their album What Sound. A melancholy but beautiful synthpop gem with my all-time favourite chord progression, I – V – flat VII – IV. I may have to learn it on accordion.

And if any of you Big Content guys are reading this: would you like to know how I discovered the song, which led me to find out more about the band and purchase the album? Internet radio — namely one of my fave stations, Evil Dildo — which you idiots are trying to kill in your war on innovation.

Small

by Lamb

from their album “What Sound”

Sometimes I climb high above the city

To see all the lights shining they’re so pretty

And think of the millions of lives going on

At this present moment

And those come and gone

And it makes me float free

To feel how small my life must be

And it makes me float free

To feel how small my life must be

Whenever I can I go down to the sea

And wonder at how many miles there must be

And all of the people on all of its shores

At this present moment

And those gone before

And it makes me float free

To feel how small my life must be

And it makes me float free

To feel how small my life must be

Sometimes I’m out in a bustling street

Dazzled by all of the faces I see

It strikes me we get lost so soon after birth

But one smile can turn over heaven and earth

And it makes me float free

To feel how small my life must be

And it makes me float free

To feel how small my life must be

And it makes me float free

To feel how small my life must be

And it makes me float free

To feel how small my life must be

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