That One Song

by Jeremy Allingham

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released April 29, 2014

Songs written by Jeremy Allingham (SOCAN / ASCAP)
Produced by Jeremy Allingham and Jesse Gander
Mixed and engineered by Jesse Gander at the Hive Creative Labs and Raincity Recorders
Mastered by Stuart McKillop at Raincity Recorders

Jeremy Allingham - Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Harmonica, Percussion

Melissa Allingham - Vocals
Tegan Ceschi-Smith - Violin
Josh Denny-Keys - Piano / Organ
Alexander Glassford - Drums

Copyright 2014 Jeremy Allingham - Fantasy Ranch Records - All Rights Reserved

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Jeremy Allingham is a musician from Vancouver.

"Jeremy Allingham carves out his own space amongst rock's greats with his latest LP, 'Memory Electric' " -Exclaim! Magazine

"Watch for Vancouver's Jeremy Allingham's star to rise. Start to finish you'll love the diversity of his debut LP 'Memory Electric'." -Todd Hancock, TODDCast Podcast
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Track Name: In Your Eyes
One early morning / you’ll wake and fear
That everything you’ve built has washed out to the sea
And you’ve been hiding / from the hurt and pain
You walked away from this, it turned out all the same
I’d sail the ocean / I’d climb on high
To see the world the way I see it in your eyes

There ain’t no tomorrow, /there ain’t no yesterday
Everything’s a lie / Endless days of rain

My empty wallet / my battered brain
My broken barren heart / the stupid things I say
The sky is falling / the night is grey
I recall faded pasts and yearn for memories

There ain’t no tomorrow, /there ain’t no yesterday
Everything’s a lie / Endless days of rain
But where I see nothing / You see fields of green
When the night is darkest, possibility
But where I see nothing / You see fields of green
When my night is darkest, possibility
Track Name: The Zamboni Man
Woke up lying on the ground / head was spinning
Another night out on the town / don’t remember
Know I’m late the kids are skating on ice that ain’t been cleaned today

I was king of this old forgotten town
I skated faster and was tougher pound for pound
On that night their hearts were broken
Frozen moment in time / I can’t forget

I’ve seen the ice / I’ve scored the goals / I’ve felt the pain
I’ve seen the sun rise on a cold November day
But for all the time that passed away I still recall
The way they looked at me the night I went and lost it all

In thirty years I’ve realized
Just before was the best second of all time
Now I know that in that moment
I controlled everything that would happen in my life

I was king of this old forgotten town
I skated faster and was tougher pound for pound
On that night their hearts were broken
Frozen moment in time / I can’t forget

I’ve seen the ice / I’ve scored the goals / I’ve felt the pain
I’ve seen the sun rise on a cold November day
But for all the time that passed away I still recall
The way they looked at me the night I went and lost it all

I drive alone
Track Name: On the Radio
My name is Tommy, this is my hometown
If you’ll permit me, I’d like to show you around
There’s the gas station, my parents own the store
My dog is Henry there, sleeping by the door
We live along the highway, Nowheresville, B.C.
The Hope-Princeton Crow’s Nest, Route #3
We’re the only stop one hundred miles around
The lonely silence lingers, hours without a sound

I’m gonna grow up strong / they’re gonna know my name
I’m gonna work real hard / gonna make my way
But momma when I’m gone don’t ever feel alone
Because before too long you’ll hear me
On the radio

I watch the tourists filling up their cars
Coffee and bathroom breaks, chips and chocolate bars
When I get lonely I turn on the CBC
It’s all we get up here FM 91.3
News and weather, feels like they never change
And who needs real friends when you’ve got Stuart McLean
In my dreams, I’m far away from here and when
I read the news to them, the lonely get a friend

I’m gonna grow up strong / they’re gonna know my name
I’m gonna work real hard / gonna make my way
But momma when I’m gone don’t ever feel alone
Because before too long you’ll hear me
On the radio

Ain’t it amazing, how fast the years go by
Time waits for no one and I’m left to wonder why
I’m 33 now and try as though I might
I never left this place, I never took the flight
Mom ain’t feeling well and dad has passed away
I run the store now behind this counter everyday
I’m not a newsman, I never got to go
Still on these lonely days I’ve got my friends
On the radio

I’m gonna grow up strong / they’re gonna know my name
I’m gonna work real hard / gonna make my way
But momma when I’m gone don’t ever feel alone
‘Cause maybe one day still you’ll hear me
On the radio
Track Name: My Old Man
Take a walk to the water
Take a walk to the sea
My old man, my father
Showed me the man I could be
Had a cough in the winter
Took a walk down the street
Just he and I, in the silence and the fog
My little hand in his

Now the days are getting shorter
And the night skies closing in
Catch a glimpse of my reflection
Staring straight back at him

I said, “dad, is there a god in heaven?”
He said, “son, that’s way beyond me”
All you can do is treat other people well
And what will be, will be
My old man, he’s getting older
Living life strong and free
If there’s one thing that I could leave into this world
Give my kid a dad like him

Now the days are getting shorter
And the night skies closing in
My old man, my father
Always been my best friend
Catch a glimpse of my reflection
Staring straight back at him

I’ll walk in the rain by your side
I’ll cling to the warmth of your tiny hand
I’ll do anything to help you understand
I’ll love you more than anybody can
And the wind will whisper your name to me
Whisper all the joy that is mine
The leaves will bow down when you walk by
And morning bells will chime
Track Name: Through the Darkness
When the darkness comes to rest
I feel it deep inside my chest
This old man has seen it all
The darkness falls
Things are different than before
I’m wicked lonely getting old
Leaving this whole thing to fate
It’s enough to make me pray
For yesterday

And the leaves will bow down
When you walk by with me
Those ships will crash and sink into the sea
Before I let you down my love
Oh how simple life becomes

When the darkness comes on by
I hope it misses by a mile
Our brothers saw the darkness rise
Fought my whole entire life
The darkness falls

And the leaves will bow down
When you walk by with me
Those ships will crash and sink into the sea
Before I let you down my love
Oh how simple life becomes

I’ll never let you down, I’ll make you stronger
Lay your head upon my shoulder
Love will never die
Tonight