Roam

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lyrics

This song’s about the fact that sometimes, the best thing you can possibly do to correct a fucked up situation is to be the one brave enough to know when it can’t be fixed, and when it’s the best time to leave.


Collect your things, I think it’s time that you were leaving now.
This day will bring a chance to show all of your critics how.
How best to leave a town when all of your own chips are down.
Lift up that feeble frame and grace the door, you’re leaving now.

She waits for the day where the sun does not open her eyes,
She doesn’t need to hear to know the world rolls on outside.
The blue jay cries to me, ‘Another tree has fallen down.
Could the world spare a seed to keep the dark from coming now?’

I only hope she finds some place far.
Some place to call her own house of stone.
Where she can live and smile alone.
A lonely road where us lonely people roam.
Lonely goal. Find some place to call your own house of stone.
Where you can live and smile alone.
A lonely goal.
Where us lonely people roam.
A lonely goal.

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from Roam, released April 8, 2014

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Micky Dey Vienna, Austria

Micky Dey is a folk-rock artist, born and bred in the bleak and brutal valleys of Northern England, but recently moved to Vienna. His vocal melodies soar from broken and delicate depths to defiant and rich highs, sitting somewhere within the song writing styles of Elliott Smith, Jeff Buckley and Laura Stevenson, full of stories of his years living in the capital and touring this continent. ... more

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