Trouble In Hell

from by Paul Liddell

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TROUBLE IN HELL

Your tracks will come back and lead you through the winter alone
And flat on my back I’ll meet you on our island of stone
What’s on your mind friend? Can I help you take off your shoes?
Got some time on your hands, but you didn’t come and help me. Blow up and bruise.
There is trouble in hell

Now your arms are so thin I thought of branches brittle and prone
So I followed you in and I wasted by the minute
I couldn’t find your sin. I only found my limit.
There is trouble in hell

Now everybody’s shrinking to their core, or so I’ve been told
‘cos I listen to the whispers, and they said to let you go
And help myself float
There is trouble in hell

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from Help Yourself Float - EP, released May 7, 2009

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Paul Liddell Sunderland, UK

Paul's modern take on the 'one man band' using live loops, guitar percussion, harmonies and effects has seen him support artists such as Turin Brakes, Jon Gomm and Billy Bragg. A diverse and challenging writer with a unique voice, his live performances range from whispering intensity to a white knuckle, edge of your seat, ear splittingly glorious racket. ... more

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