1. Praise the Lord
2. Hey Girl
3. Start of the Story
4. You and Me (Pt. 1)
5. Watching the Carpet Grow
1. Wild Blue Ocean
2. Choose Between the Two
3. The Siren's Song
4. Rubies
5. Shadows
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Album: Faces in the Crowd
Recorded: 1994
at Vibrafeel Studios, Inala, Queensland
David Kelsey: Vocals
Dave Elms: Guitars
Steve Norris: Bass
Fred Waters: Drums

Additional Performers:
Warren Mitchell: Keyboards
Kate Husted: Backing Vocals
Some still dream of 1945
D-Day heroes, glad they're alive
They've got Hitlers' armies on the run
And England, England rules the world

Some still think of 1966
Live a simple life and everything's fixed
Geoff Hurst's scored the winning goal
And England, England rules the world

Well my memories can only take me so far
Looking back on this, as I drive my car
Through the narrow streets of a fading past
Childhood days never seem to last
And I realised every dream must pass

Give me the atmosphere of Upton Park
On a Saturday night, cold and dark
When all that mattered wore Claret and Blue
And life or death meant win or lose
Yeah all I miss is the Football

Well I used to kick a ball out there in the street
Now there's not enough room to even put my feet
Everything seemed so dirty and small
It's a wonder anybody can live here at all

It was a cold grey day when I left that land
And I never really thought of going back again
But from ten thousand miles across the sea
The land of my birth had a hold on me
And I realised what was calling me

Always the atmosphere of Upton Park
On a Saturday night, cold and dark
When all that mattered wore Claret and Blue
And life or death meant win or lose
Yeah all I miss is the Football

Lyrics: David Kelsey
Music: Good Question
Arranged: Good Question
Copyright: D'Kade Songs
A Bit of Trivia
The lyrics to this song was written after DK came back from a 6-month sojourn to the UK in 1989. It's the story, basically, of how memories get shattered when you return to the location of your childhood after many years away.

In some ways it's quite a negative song, especially in the attitudes that it portrays toward England.

But, no apologies are made for the words, because they are pretty much how the feelings were at the time.

The song pays homage, mostly, to the greatest football club in the UK, West Ham United, and the (muffled) commentary you can hear in the background is that of John Motson describing the goal scored by Trevor Brooking in the FA Cup final of 1980, when the mighty Hammers beat Arsenal 1-0 in the final.

A glorious day for all Hammers fans!
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