Album · 2001 · 16 Songs.
Far Far Away" is a song by the British rock band Slade, released in 1974 as the lead single from the band's first soundtrack album and fifth studio album Slade in Flame, in promotion of the upcoming film of the same name. The song was written by lead vocalist Noddy Holder and bassist Jim Lea, and produced by Chas Chandler. It reached No. 2 in the UK, remaining in the charts for six weeks. The song was certified UK Silver by BPI in November 1974.
Far away in Australia, soon will faith be kind And I will be ready to welcome the lass The girl I left behind. Must we be parted this fair maid cried I cannot let you go Still I must leave you,the young man replied But for only a while you know. Far away in Australia, soon will faith be kind And I will be ready to welcome the lass The girl I left behind.
Far Away by johnny goth, released 13 October 2016 1. far away 2. feels like we're dying 3. vanity 4. aimless 5. soon to be yesterday 6. follows 7. ghost under my bed 8. a body washed ashore. jack This album is pretty sweet. One might even say that it's pretty rad. I adore everything about this record, the atmosphere created here is almost tangible. locked myself out cant find the key everyone is inside except for me wait, i can see your face in the darkest places wait, i can’t see myself i’m too far away i can feel the water running down my back as im drowning in the rain down this broken path. hang tight we’ll shed our skin after daylight nothing matters at night i think everything will be alright lifetime flashing before my eyes i still cant see the sunlight but i can see your face.
Tambala riffed away, saying: "It's a bit Velvet Underground, a bit Cocteau Twins, a bit Miles Davis, a bit Joni Mitchell. I was stoned, probably," Tambala laughs. A week later, a producer who worked with the One Little Indian label called and told them to send in a demo because the label was interested in signing them. 69 is a gem," smiles Tambala. We wanted to go as far out as we could, and in doing so we discovered the point where it stops being music. Two more albums followed, but, as Tambala says, "the energy had gone" and the pair went their separate ways in 1994.
Far away in Australia Soon will fate be kind And I will be ready to welcome the lass The girl I left behind. Daily she waits at the old cottage gate Watching the whole day through Till that sweet message comes over the wave And in the new world they're joined as two. Far away in Australia Soon will fate be kind And I will be ready to welcome the lass The girl I left behind.
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