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Paul Haig Day – Part Two

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As Paul Haig Day draws to a close, congratulations to all who contributed, here as promised is a track from my favourite album of his “Chain”

“Something Good” – Paul Haig

Open the door
And leave behind the memories
This is for sure
Some things just had to be
And if you return
Then the sun will shine again
But I don’t expect
That anything will ever be the same

Take something bad…and make it into something good. Take all you had…just like the way I knew you would

And there is no time
And there is nowhere left to go
You give me a sign
A little thing that I should know
I read it in books
And I turned the page again
You got the looks
But nothing else will be the same

Take something bad…and make it into something good. Take all you had…just like the way I knew you would

Take something bad…and make it into something good. Take all you had…just like the way I knew you would

Take something bad…and make it into something good. Take all you had…just like the way I knew you would

 

Sometimes fate amazes me, I hadn’t listened to this track for years yet now in this phase of  my life lyrically it may well reflect the attitude I will have to adopt as I try to move forward.

Sleep well all, and…………………..be lucky

 

Finally as a bonus here is Paul recorded live in 1982 as featured in the 2006 compilation “Some Of The Interesting Things You’ll See On A Long Distance Flight” 

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“Justice (Live)” – Paul Haig

You can buy this and three other live Paul Haig tracks from this compilation by clicking HERE

April 6, 2009 Posted by | Old Music, Video | | 1 Comment

Paul Haig Day

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In support of Vinyl Villain who is running a Paul Haig Day, with the support of artist and management,  here is my contribution, with a site called “Endless Note” my contribution has to be this:-

“Endless Song” – Paul Haig

Taken from the 1984 single “Big Blue World” buyPaul Haig music  HERE

My favourite album is “Chain” which reminds me that I must convert my vinyl copy to mp3.

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Finally as a bonus, my darling wife Fiona passed away on New Year’s Eve, she loved Billy MacKenzie so for her here is Mr MacKenzie with one of his collaborations with Paul Haig

“Beyond Love” – Paul Haig & Billy MacKenzie

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For more information on Paul Haig click HERE

For more information on Paul Haig Day click HERE

April 6, 2009 Posted by | Fiona, Mrs D, Old Music | , , | 4 Comments

   

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