Cat Cork

Thursday 19 September, 2013 at 6:35 am

Australian singer/songwriter Cat Cork is one of those rare artists that address music the way it was intended to be addressed- as an art form. His lyrics are rich with meaning and clever word plays, and his melodies are complex and demanding yet still manage to be catchy. Lend your ears to Miracle from his recently released debut album ‘Feet In The Dirt’. This song truly lives up to its name as it’s a small miracle in today’s music industry. Check it out:

Miracle

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Lyrics

Hopeless feeling, feeling that nothing is
right or wrongly soon, I’ll be back to the start now, move up stairs to stare at the stars fall, forestall you from seeing me hopeless but don’t hold out for a miracle, it is not your fault. Quite down, quiet down, night time’s no time to be mourning, morning’s due, I’ll suffer in silence but don’t hold out for a miracle, it is not your fault.
Sun’s broke, you spoke on the wheel of the year, so on to the pressing things to do, been ready for hours now don’t hold out for a miracle, it is not your fault.