Human aka Man's Lot - Single

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HUMAN aka MAN’S LOT
Written, produced and arranged by David Goo

Drums: Oliver Dacombe
Vocals, keys and percussion: Mariya Brachkova
Bass: Charlie Coulson-Smith
Guitar, one note piano and vocals: David Goo
Strings: Ann Beilby
Double Bass: Joe Boyle
Additional Backing Vocals: Katie Macdonald

Recorded and mixed at Down and Left
www.downandleft.com
Additional guitars recorded by Oliver Price at his home studio
Mastered by Eric James at Philosophers Barn Mastering

HORNET
Written by David Goo

Produced and arranged by Nick Trepka at his studio
Mastered by Eric James at Philosophers Barn Mastering

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released May 18, 2015

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Track Name: Human aka Man's Lot
I always seem to fall in love with every other girl too easily,

Seems like every other day another part of my heart is broken,

I always thought a girl like you didn’t have any problems,

But now I’ve come to understand that behind every woman there is a human,

Why are you alone at night when you could have me by your side?

When you could have everyone you like?

Now I understand what it feels like…

You’re a person,

You’re nothing to look up to.

We’re all people,

We’re nothing to look up to,

We’re all people;

With nothing left to worship.
Track Name: Hornet
This hornet’s got a place to go, he’s gotta make new friends,

He’s gotta make amends,

You and your eye,

Where did I go wrong?

Rocking up a storm was not my plan at all,

I came down to take a closer look,

Read you like a book,

But the devil in me shook,

Cos I can’t escape the fact that I am what I am,

And I’d beg you for forgiveness but I’m long gone,

And the truth is that you probably don’t remember me,

But you’ve got a piece of me under your skin,

This hornet’s got a place to go, he’s gotta make new friends,

He’s gotta make amends.