Come dance with me

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This is a romantic ballad about music dance, dreams and travel. Part of it seems to be about a city dweller romanticising the lifestyle of the traveler; the apparent freedom and lack of inhibitions. It is all played out in the imagination of the stay-at-homer - looking for a way ahead in their own life.

By Jim Byrne and Pat Byrne.

I watch from afar
as you move with the dance
You travel the roads
a life full of chance

You don’t know me
Do I know myself?
The stars speak so clear
and they talk of romance

And as you dance in so close
I feel the air that you move
Is there a message for me
in the steps that you choose

Ah but you don't know me
Do I know myself?
You seem so free
and romantic to me

I watch from afar
the night it moves on
I hear you laugh with your friends
I know soon you will be gone

I have memories of you
in every beat of my heart
I can still hear your dance
though I know not where you are

You never knew me
I did not know myself
Until you set me free
come dance with me

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What the critics said about 'Every day is sunshine' by Jim Byrne.

  • "a heady and exotic mix. " Q Magazine.
  • "..full of cinematic turns of phrase, dressed up in alluring melodies delivered by some of the most respected players on the modern-day Celtic Folk scene." UNCUT
  • Album of the week on Celtic Music Radio
  • Added to 'God's Jukebox' on Radio Two Mark Lamarr show
  • "A beautifully produced collection of Americana" The Daily Record. Four Stars
  • "Great record... a complete, compelling listen. ", Adam Levy (Songwriter/artist, guitarist with Nora Jones)
  • "ten beautiful, atmospheric songs..", Folk, Blues and beyond
  • "a fresh, original album", Eilidh Patterson (singer songwriter, vocalist with Beth Nielsen Chapman)
  • Sounding like Johnny Cash never left Folsom prison...meditations on life that'll soon sound like old friends. Spiral Earth

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