STAR EP

by Gideon Blue

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Contains latest song STAR and round up of key tracks from previous years, before new album is released later this year.

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releases 31 August 2015

Word and Music written by Graeme Andrew

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Track Name: STAR
STAR - Words and Music by Graeme Andrew

V1
And I Keep searching for – a lasting time that
Holds its way, never goes away.

And it ain’t logical to use a life that
Finding Faith, find it only at the grave

Chorus

You’re my Star -I see you from afar
As you go through this pain, Yeah I know you’re gonna be my Gain
Oh You’re my Star

V2
So tell me what I do, when you’re eyes
Shine at me, now I know that I believe

And I’ve been searching for, a thing that Loves
All the Way, and wakes me up every day.

Chorus

You’re my Star -I see you from afar
As you go through this pain, Yeah I know you’re gonna be my Gain
Oh You’re my Star
You’re my Star
You’re my Star

You’re my Star

Middle
I just hope you won’t forget me, for those times that I rejected
I just hope you won’t forget me, for those times that I rejected
Me

And I keep searching for
And I keep searching for
Searching for the way – come on
Searching for the way – come on
Searching for the way – come on
Searching for the way – come on


© Graeme Andrew and GA Review Limited
Track Name: Summertime
Summertime – Music and Lyrics by Graeme Andrew

V 1
I was walking when I went down the River.
I met her as she talked to Marina.
Then she smiled and winked at me.
We got talking and I tried to be clever.
I asked her could she ever consider.
Think of going out with me.

Chorus:
This ain’t a sad song oh no I’m doing fine.
I,ve met this rockin’ Girl and she’s just like like my:

Summertime, Summertime, Summertime, she’s my Summertime
Summertime, Summertime,
she’s my
Summertime -

V 2
She mocked me but I didn’t really bother -
She laughed and said my style was pretty funny.
Then her hand was holding mine.
We got walking and my head was floating.
Her eyes - Medusa I was frozen.
Then her lips were soft on mine.

Chorus:
This ain’t a sad song oh no I’m doing fine.
I,ve met this rockin’ girl whose just like, like my:
Summertime, Summertime, Summertime, she’s my Summertime
Summertime, Summertime, she’s my Summertime

Middle
Oh she’s my Baby
Oh Woah, she’s so pretty now. -

Summer.....time, Summer...time.

Chorus

Summertime, Summertime, Summertime, she’s my Summertime
Summertime, Summertime, she’s my Summertime -

This ain’t a sad song oh no I’m doing fine.

© Graeme Andrew and GA Review Limited
Track Name: Move On
Move On – Music and Words by Graeme Andrew

V (1)
Hey Baby, why don’t you come round
And I’ll just show you more
It’s Ok yeah she’s gone away
She left sometime ago

Chorus

Why in your eyes
You always see her face
Thought it would be easier..
To Move On

V (2)
You wanted me
But I wasn’t free
So come on – lets get it on
So come on Babe, don’t hesitate
Your challenge is almost gone

Chorus

Middle
So Goodbye baby, why don’t you Move On now
Goodbye Baby set me free… tonight

Set me free - let me be
Set me free tonight

Huh!

Melody 1 (x 4) - Why Oh Oh… Just leave me in peace

Melody 2 ( x 2) - Ooh oooh Oh ( once only)
Ah Huh - Run away now
Just leave me now
Run away now

Melody 3 ( x 1) - Ooh oooh Oh (once only)
Ah Huh - Run away now
Just leave me now
Run away now

Melody 2/3 – Ah Huh Run away Now
Just leave me..
Ooh Ooh Ohh oh

© Graeme Andrew and GA Review Limited