Friends – original music by @darrenclaxton- Exclusively for @Dsound & @Steemit and @stishit



‘Friends’ is a story about people that you knew really well, haven’t seen in a long time but thank for all the memories you made and now share.

I’ve moved around a few times during the past 15 years and met so many interesting lovely people along the way, that I’d like to call ‘friends’.

‘I wonder what they’re doing now, I’d like to find it out somehow and would you’?

This verse in the song really stays with me, as I feel we can all relate to that sense of “where are they now? What are they doing? and, I’d like to find out somehow”.
My hometown is a little town in Cambridgeshire, UK called Godmanchester


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My best friend, My dad.
The one who raised me and my sister since we were 7 and 4 years old, the one who keeps me sane and the one who’s my biggest music fan!


Here’s the lyrics if you fancy singing along

Have you seen them come and go
people that you used to know
they were special
I wonder what they’re doing now
I’d like to find it out somehow
and would you

Long ago
the ones you knew
they were special

They said they’d call you on the phone
or send a letter to your home
but did they?

You maybe had a word or two
they told you they were missing you
but were they?

Long ago
the ones you knew
they were special

Ever since the day I left
you lot, well you’re
never there for me
a better life is what I have
thanks a lot for
all the memories
Ever since the day I left
you lot, well you’re
never there for me

I’m better now I’m gone
better now I’m gone
better now I’m gone
better now I’m gone


Thanks for listening and supporting my music!
Kindest
Darren Claxton



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<a href="https://choon.co/artists/darrenclaxton/">https://choon.co/artists/darrenclaxton/</a>Darren Claxton is a Songwriter, Musician, Producer and now BBC Radio artist, from Derbyshire UK. The music he writes is often heartfelt acoustic indie folk with a sprinkling of rock and country influences, with an occasional world music flavour as heard on his track ‘Dragonfly’ . But most of all, it's his passive emotive thoughts and feelings that are delivered through that soothing vocal, and intricate guitar playing of his.

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