Take my leave

from by Steve Grozier

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Well, the streets round here, they know my name
But like my father before me, I don’t belong to them
All these empty fields and railway station lines
Those car headlamps they wave, as I’m passing by the broken down arcades
These empty field and railway station bars

Well, I can’t go
I’m afraid to stay
But I think one day
I’ll take my leave

Out by that old house where I was born
There runs a gravel path that leads to my old home
And I know the way, like I know my love
My mother stands in the garden in the cold
Holding in her hand a flower, a rose
As the winter comes I know that my father will hold her close

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from Take My Leave, released September 2, 2016

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Steve Grozier Glasgow, UK

With the release of his debut Take My Leave (2016) Glasgow singer-songwriter Steve Grozier received accolades ranging from “Part Townes Van Zandt, part Jason Isbell, his vocal style is a classic blend of old and new Americana.” (Glasgow Music) to “The music Grozier produces is warm and beautiful, invoking the alt country ghosts of Whiskeytown and Jay Farrar’s Son Volt.” (Rave Child). ... more

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