#48 Sundara Karma – Happy Family


“Heavens have you seen, what they have done to me?”

No podía ser un conteo de las mejores canciones del año sin tener a Sundara Karma en el. Uno de los grupos que mejor le fue el año pasado en nuestra lista, entran en el top 50 con Happy Family, el que parecía ser su último single de su exitoso disco Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect. Oh, pero que equivocados estábamos.

Síguelos: Sundara Karma

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Sundara Karma – Happy Family

Left and right, they’re calling me back home
And I’ve heard their cries, I’ve felt it in my bones
Left and right, they choke me tight, I’m overworn and outta sight
And I’ve heard their cries, I’ve felt it in my bones

Been searching for a long time in this town
We’re looking for a gold mine so we can get out
To finer days, we’ll waste away
Another day that goes by, another car
We know we should be grateful but sometimes it’s hard
We’re so alone, but it’s not for long

Well maybe we were disavowed
Careful what you wish for now
Nothing lasts forever, time will always take its toll
And if a broken home is on the shelf
We know what we should ask ourselves
Were we ever happy acting in a family role?

Been dreaming of those bright lights in the city
Wake up with a cold fright, oh what a pity
A bad night’s sleep, the force is weak
You’re longing for a partner to get you through
Wishing that in time, you’ll find someone
To hold onto

But maybe we were disavowed
Careful what you wish for now
Nothing lasts forever, time will always take its toll
And if a broken home is on the shelf
We know what we should ask ourselves
Were we ever happy acting in a family role?

Heavens have you seen, the news that’s on the screen?
It’s all violence, heart ache and misery
Heavens have you seen, what they have done to me?
I’m a hollow shell from the grim 90s

Maybe we were disavowed
Careful what you wish for now
Nothing lasts forever, time will always take its toll
And if a broken home is on the shelf
We know what we should ask ourselves
Were we ever happy acting in a family role?