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I breathed a little easier just earlier today, when I realised you’re no longer here to hear some of them things that I say.
I felt a little rough when I got out of bed today, must be from sinkin’ piss all night and sleeping all the day.
And one of these days I’ll be to old to do this anymore, when I go grey, got hair where I didn’t have any hair before
When all the company I keep is just them wolves at the door, when no-one comes around here anymore.
I felt a little sleazy when I thought of you today, but I’m ashamed to say it weren’t that long until that feeling went away.
And I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry I only ever saw you in that light, but it was late at night and I never was that bright
And sometimes I don’t know quite just what to do, cause the house still smells of your perfume
I guess this way I got no fear of late night phone calls saying this is where it ends, leave me twitching on the deck just like a diver with the bends.
When these days come around I don’t know quite just what I’m gunna do
Cause I could call up and say I miss you.
But oh, what good’s that gunna do, what good’s that gunna do
Cause my heart it sings and winds down slow like a bluebird, like a metronome
Singin’ come on home.
Oh why don’t you come on home
Oh why don’t you come on home, come on home to me
Oh why don’t you come on home, come on home to me…..
from Harry Coulsons Blue Dogs,
released September 28, 2016
Harry Coulson – Guitars/Vocals
Olaf Scott – Keys
Lachlan Evans – Piano
Louis Gill – Bass
James Thompson – Drums
Nick Glenie - Trumpet
Rob Simone – Alto and Bari Sax
James Lefevre – Tenor and Bari Sax
Sean Smyth - Trombone
Written by Harry Coulson
Horn arrangements by Harry Coulson and Jonathan Dreyfus
Produced by Harry Coulson and Jonathan Dreyfus
Engineered and mixed by Jez Giddings
Recorded at Hothouse Audio, St Kilda, The Old Castlemaine Gaol and Jono’s place
Special assistance by Craig Harnath
Mastered by Adam Dempsey at Deluxe Mastering.
Harry Coulson is a guitarist composer and songwriter whose distinctive style comes as much from punk and blues as it does
from the jazz idiom.
He has performed at countless venues and festivals both in Australia and internationally and in 2015 he was the recipient of a TD Jazz Scholarship to attend the International Workshops in Jazz and Creative Music at the Banff Centre in Canada....more