Beyond the Sun

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lyrics

Well you never flew the colours, and I never saw you bend a knee to any man. But you were never short of brothers, there was always someone holding out a helping hand.

Well, I remember the summer, we were riding to a show and our road went on forever so we were riding nice and slow and then I heard the band play. And the sun broke through the sky. It was a fine day for a funeral But I never wanted you to die. No one ever wanted you to die.

We were meeting at the crossroads when I saw you wipe out. Some metal box just slipped down right into the side of you. I was screaming but nothing was coming out. They always said you were a dark horse because you rode the land alone. But you know I think the real reason was that you were always riding home.

And your road goes on forever. Your sun will always shine. One day we'll be together when we reach the final line. One day I'll turn to you and call you friend, will you meet me on the other side. Seven million miles beyond the sun.

credits

from Karma, released August 12, 2016
Cover of an Amebix song.

Plum Green - Acoustic guitar, Vocals
Daniel Cross - Electric guitar
Jess Keeffe - Cello
Ann Metry - Bass guitar

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Plum Green Melbourne, Australia

"A touching and nuanced performance of grace and power" - 13th Floor

“A true artist with a fantastic voice making music with a purpose beyond simple entertainment.Stunning” -by NZMusician Magazine

“Walking a line between dark rock-edged material (channeling the spirit of Jim Morrison's poetics and Patti Smith) and mysterious folk-like ballads”-Elsewhere

“Brooding-yet-beautiful...” -Amplifier
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