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Am I Still Your Number One?

from by Bill Coleman

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Comes in a cardboard digipak with customised artwork. For a detailed explanation see the Youtube video here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=39Iqpvb6JV8

    The covers were made in batches of 1,000. When put together they spell out the title of the album - see the first picture above.

    Each digipak was then hand stenciled and completed with a manufactured CD and a set of paper slips which go together, jigsaw-like, to spell out the song lyrics, thank-yous and album credits.

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lyrics

Somebody tried to make me take a look into the box
The box was not the subject
The box was neither bad nor good.
But what it contained was a bomb of sorts.
The situation changed too fast to keep a handle on,
Acusations flying like confetti at a wedding.
Babe am I still your No. 1?

Here's to the new year.
It should be better than the last.

Temperature changes while you wonder at the reason,
Something escapes and it all rolls out of control,
Like a drunk on a free bar.
Still I'm standing here
Trying to remember
Trying to recall how the demons surfaced in her mind.
Babe am I still your No. 1?

Here's to the new year.
It should be better than the last.

Something distracts and the flood gates open,
Vitriol goes flying like it's going out of fashion,
I wish you could control yourself girl.
Your statement is made and you seem satisifed
But nothings resolved and I'm left with a rage inside.
Babe am I still your no. 1?.

Here's to the new year.
It should be better than the last.

credits

from You Can't Buy Back Your Life, released October 15, 2010
Written and played by Bill Coleman except drums played by Keith O'Brien, bass played by Cormac Driver. Recorded and produced by Ken McHugh.

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Bill Coleman Ireland

Makes music with a laptop, a guitar and a pile of live-recorded loops. Reminds people of Eels, Flaming Lips, Talking Heads...

Spent 2011 writing and recording a song a week - check out the "Throwing S**t at a Wall" album.

Currently working on his third studio album.
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