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Maybe Somewhere North

from Maybe Somewhere North by Charles Jedidiah

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Maybe somewhere north from here.
That's where my heart will find no fear.
Where the river flows, oh my dear, you know,
Maybe that's where I'll find my home.

Our dreams are never like those movies,
And these romance novels are full of silly things.
These liars only got me so much further,
It's making it harder and harder for you and me.

People will offer their opinions.
But what do they know, what do they know?
Swing low, sweet chariot, over me,
I won't be long, I won't be gone at all.

So preacher take me down,
Take me down to the gutter.
Wipe away my tears and
Drive away every fear
And find me in the clear.
Sail away with me to the ocean.
My crimson soul will find salvation.

Maybe somewhere north from here.
Maybe that's where I'll find you, dear.


from Maybe Somewhere North, released March 11, 2013
Ukulele, Banjo, Foot Stomper, Furniture Percussions, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Whistles - Charles J Tan
Cello - Jean Foo
Hand Claps - Irving Koh, Charles J Tan
Cello arrangements - written by Kevin Foo


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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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