Dreamland Arcades

by Conor O'Malley

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released December 29, 2013

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Conor O'Malley Ireland

Conor O'Malley is from Dublin. His music mixes melody, stories, poetry, autobiography, fantasy, history and memory, to create music that is influenced by family, friends, people and the psychology of place.

In 2010 Conor released 'Dear Ghosts' and has since been working on his latest Album 'Dreamland Arcades' due to be released in 2014.

Conor is currently living in Southend, UK.
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Track Name: Last Train from London
All along the coast you know I like it here the most
you can see the seasons changing as they fly
here inside the dark feels like something in your heart
that whispers time it waits for no man so live on...

We were standing on the corner wondering how we ever got here
London streets were lost and dark inside the rain
all this reminiscing realised that I was missing
when I looked up and I saw the time again..

and then I heard you say you’ll make that 1:09
I’ve got my ticket heading straight down to the line
I looked outside and then I dreamt of you...

All these people through the windows
what a million things could they do
reaching out across the wires
to the satellite on the midnight hours..

and then the man said all you can do is try
were just another generation cast aside
I looked outside and then I dreamt of you..

On the Last train from London I can see the lights of home
On the last train from London till this loneliness is gone
On the last train from London I can hear that river song
in my head rolling me along.....