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I used to be a remarkable man
Though I guess I was only a boy then
Playing songs in my rock n’ roll band
All the time in the world for my good friends

And for my bad friends as well
Cos’ life can be a living hell
My bad friends as well
Cos’ life can be a living hell.


I used to be a remarkable man
But now I’m just eating up sadness
And if I’m writing a dieting plan
It’s not the only thing that I’ve over indulged in.

Even my bad friends can tell
That life just doesn’t fit me well
My bad friends can tell
That life just doesn’t fit me well


I used to be a remarkable man
Full of life I was bold and outgoing
Always holding my heart in my hands
And that heart full of love overflowing

Now I’ve been a bad friend as well
Nothing but an empty shell
A bad friend as well
Hollow as a ringing bell

And I’ve got no reason for the way that I’ve been feeling or
The pain that I’ve been putting you through
But if you’ll forgive me for the things I said and did before
I know I can be a friend to you.

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from The Burley Griffin, released November 21, 2015

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The Burley Griffin Canberra, Australia

The Burley Griffin craft a sonic palette that seamlessly swings from buoyant pop to blistering, guitar driven rock.

The self-titled release features song-writing from both founder Evan Buckley and newcomer, Sam McNair. The wildly distinctive guitar work of Henry King and solid rhythm section in drummer McNair and bassist Steve Paillas tread rugged new territory in your favourite well-worn shoes.
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