Almost Sunday (Holiday Edition)

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Previously released in Dec 2009 Studio Single

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So I haven't been the best of a friend
Been chasing my shadows, burning bridges in this old town

So how do you mend a broken heart
Can you still trust in this prodigal son of a bastard that I've become

So friend it's almost sunday
And I haven't been on my best behavior
For so long it's always sundays
When I get nostalgic and I think of the good times
So I won't wait another year till it's too late
Won't take you for granted just because you're there
For now it's Christmas time
I wanna go home

Been keeping up awake all night
My demons have come back to haunt me in seven-fold

So how do you mend a broken heart
Can you still trust in this prodigal son of a bastard that I've become

So friend it's almost sunday
And I haven't been on my best behavior
For so long it's always sundays
When I get nostalgic and I think of the good times
So I won't wait another year till it's too late
Won't take you for granted just because you're there
For now it's Christmas time
I wanna go home

Home is where the heart begins to heal
And home, home, will this sunday bring me home?

So friend it's almost sunday
And I haven't been on my best behavior
For so long it's always sundays
When I get nostalgic and I think of the good times
So I won't wait another year till it's too late
Won't take you for granted just because you're there
For now it's Christmas time
I wanna go home, I wanna go home
I'm coming home, yeah, I'm coming home
I'm coming home

credits

from The Pelham Sessions EP, released December 17, 2010
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Written by Charles J Tan
Recorded in various home studios around Melbourne, Australia. Special thanks to Reiner Leong for the use of his studio facilities to track guitars & vocals. Thanks for the Avantone! Also to Thaddeus Huang for recording the horn parts at his home studio. Rowville rocks! Special acknowledgement to Zachary Tay in his arrangements of the horn parts.
Musicians appearing in the recording,
Charles J Tan - vocals, harmonies, vocal & harmony arrangements, acoustic guitar, percussion arrangement & sequencing,
Phillip Tan - Piano
Thaddeus Huang - Trombone
Keat Lee - Alto Saxophone,
Mozad Kamari - Bass Guitar

Mixed by Steven Cheong.

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Charles Jedidiah Australia

Charles Jedidiah is a folk artist who has taken the idea of a global citizen and ran with it. Born in Singapore and having spent more than a decade developing his craft in Melbourne, he is nomad without a permanent home. The relentless musician has been performing music, written from his heart worn on his sleeve, through parts of Australia, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, France and China. ... more

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