Should I?

by Henry Bateman

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Should I? 04:25
Sitting in the club With a crooked tongue Music like his brain Nothing he can say How the bodies sway Time calls out his name Feels his should turn grey Would be a lie to disobey If this the answer, what will I become? I’ve tried to be human - was not enough My soul turns grey with human love. Should I? Should I? Should I? Sitting in the park Sitting in the dark Sees them come and go Waits for one alone The fox he has no same The sky calls out his name Now he hears her on her way Would be a lie to disobey If this is the answer, what have I become? I’ve tried to be human, was not enough. My soul turns grey with human love. Should I? Should I? Should I?
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The night is deep like the tide Worked up boys, production lines Your lipstick stains will all turn stale Your love is like a beggar’s wail I hope you find some peace But that life is not for me I’ll show you how to be. Open arms make peaceful hearts That is how a man should be Peaceful hearts point to stars That is how a man should be That is how a man should be But I’ve no love inside these bones It’s buried far beneath the snow Amongst the trees that grow so deep I wait for warmth, my truth to leak I feel so incomplete There’s a missing part of me Won’t you show me how to be? Open arms make peaceful hearts That is how a man should be Peaceful hearts point to stars That is how a man should be That is how a man should be That is how a man should be That is how a man should be Open arms make peaceful hearts That is how a man should be Peaceful hearts point to stars That is how a man should be

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released November 7, 2016

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Henry Bateman England, UK

Henry Bateman is a songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist from Gloucestershire, currently based in Leeds.


"Not so much a breath of fresh air - more a full force musical gale that
lifts you to places you didn't know existed. A very extraordinarily gifted
young man; one of the coming musical generation's front-runners in the
making" - John Drummond (Promoter for Brewery Blues, Cirencester)
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