Mishka: Lonely

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Tired and confused are you running from the west heart and and soul abused does your mind need a rest I wouldn’t cry,it might make a flood and I don’t know if I can swim that good (2x) I’ve been lonely, only, when I stop to think about you So I don’t stop I just keep on, trying to keep my head above these blues Down there in Rome, we’re longing to go home the last train has gone the last bird has flown away I wouldn’t cry,it might make a flood and I don’t know if I can swim that good (2x) I’ve been lonely, only, when I stop to think about you So I don’t stop I just keep on, trying to keep my head above these blues I’ve been a fool and I’ve been a loser, I play it cool and I won’t blow a fuse, I’ve been a fool and I’ve been a loser Oh not this time I wouldn’t cry,it might make a flood and I don’t know if I can swim that good (2x) I’ve been lonely, only, when I stop to think about you So I don’t stop I just keep on, trying to keep my head above these blues BIOGRAPHY Like his older sister, singer/songwriter Heather Nova (born Heather Frith), pop-reggae singer Mishka grew up at sea, traveling from island to island in the West Indies on his Canadian parents’ sailboat, where he received most of his education and listened to whatever music he could. When his parents returned to Canada, he completed school and returned to the Caribbean, eventually becoming a competitive windsurfer and representing Bermuda at international meets. In the meantime, he had also taken up songwriting, and he chanced to meet and impress Creation Records head Alan McGee with his vocal ability in late 1996; with prodding from Nova, Mishka was signed to a record contract the following year. His eponymous debut album, a mix of pop, reggae, soul, and singer/songwriter folk-rock, was released in 1999. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide Written by Steve Huey

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  1. Magnífico, Callie. Me gustó eso del “plan B” en la playa . Qué interesantes las experiencias que has tenido. Ahora habrá que poner esto como &#2#10;post&28282; en tu propio blog. ¡Hasta mañana!

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