Enemies Who Once Were Lovers

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A break-up song written as a homage to the one and only Fleetwood Mac, the break-up band to end them all, who served as the inspiration for both lyrics and arrangement.

lyrics

You raised your voice to get through to me
To let me know I shouldn’t feel too sure
You can never tell
Even though you feel quite self-assured

We’re enemies who one were lovers we’re fighting one other desperately
Like enemies, it seems like the moments we shared were only trivialities

And now you’re getting on with your life
I hear that you’re not wasting your precious time
Cool, that’s so nice to hear
I’m glad that you’re not troubled with a heart like mine

It makes me sick I want to die
But you won’t ever see me cry

We’re enemies who once were lovers we’re fighting each other desperately
Like enemies we seem like the moments we shared were only trivialities
We’re enemies, and who would ever have thought it’d end this way for you and me

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from Last One In is a Dreamer, released March 18, 2016

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The New Investors Copenhagen, Denmark

If Beach Boys and Prefab Sprout had babies, they might just make some sounds similar to The New Investors. A popadelic outfit from Copenhagen, Denmark, with a long lasting love for west coast sixties pop. Add to this a splash of breezy wistfulness à la Cass McCombs and Real Estate - stir a bit and you get the feel. ... more

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