The Trouble With Templeton

Tuesday 26 July, 2011 at 8:20 am

Australian singer/songwriter Thomas Calder is the creative force behind The Trouble With Templeton, an alternative folk project about to release its debut album. The first single from the album- Bleeders is a real treat. Multi-layered, sincere, amazing guitar work, great vocals- what else can you ask from a song? Wait for the build up that begins at 3:27. Phenomenal. You can grab a free download of Bleeders here (or choose your own price to help support the project). Go for it!

Bleeders

Music Video

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Lyrics

I’m not this kind emotion, no

But Sunny skies, bound to break my eyes.

 

You’ve got this kind of blueprint, yeah

But broken hearts, bound to make you smart.

 

I don’t know your face anymore.

‘Cause you are so far gone.

 

All my rage and scorn,

Let it off.

‘Cause we’re undone

And fathers tell their sons,

Run along.

‘Cause we’re all lovers and bleeders

As all lonely ones have to be.

 

Fevers raging beneath those bones

But those tales you tell seem to hide you well.

 

I can still see some fire there

But lullabies, bound to make you cry.

 

I don’t feel your heart anymore

‘Cause you are so far gone.

 

All my rage and scorn,

Let it off

‘Cause we’re undone

And fathers tell their sons,

Run along.

‘Cause we’re all lovers and bleeders

As all lonely ones have to be.

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