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lyrics

It’s hard to harmonize
the man once strong and wise
with the one with the far-away look in his eyes
All he was fighting for floats away from the shore
now they’ve taken his sunshine away

Look at him now, right on the edge
reaching for the rope he’s trying to catch

In the land of the golden trees
the angels sing their harmonies
Like Siren songs they keep lingering on

There is always something to say
about how far is far-away
when they take your sunshine away

Hold on, don’t fall down
the deep looks Like a rainbow now
Now someone’s taken your sunshine away

You always gave me more than I ever asked you for
so please, try and hold my hand

Look at him now, right on the edge
reaching for the rope he’s trying to catch

In the land of the golden trees
the angels sing their harmonies
Like Siren songs they keep lingering on

There is always something to say
about how far is far-away
when they take your sunshine away

credits

from Radio Harlaz, released April 15, 2016
Song written by Piet De Pessemier

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Mad About Mountains Hasselt, Belgium

Piet de Pessemier created a universe that is engulfed in soft Americana and
melancholy alt. Country together with Myrthe Luyten (bass, vocals), Davy Jansen
(guitar, lap steel guitar, vocals) and drummer Pol Meunier. To capture the vintage
seventies nostalgia on the album, they decided to record ‘Radio Harlaz’ on an
analogue tape recorder. The album was canned on sixteen tracks and completely
live
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