Hearth & Harbourage (Be Home)

by Paddy Nash

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If I had money I do believe
That I would use it unselfishly
See to my family see to my friends
For what is money if it’s not’s spent
But I have little and less each day
Yet I have something worth more to me
I have hearth and harbourage

I met a wise man by the treasure tree
His hands were prisoners but his eyes were free
Lamenting stories of his crusade
He spoke of living day to day
And of all the riches that he’s possessed
These were the two that serve him best
Hearth and harbourage

So all you rambling boys and girls
Trying to find your place in this world
You may be climbing or laying low
You may already be home, be home

I heard the young girl call to the clones
And it scared me to my bones
They’re building anger, harvesting hate
They’re selling false dreams for rainy days
Just give me water give me clean air
Show me kindness and I’ll see you there
Give me hearth and harbourage

All you rambling boys and girls
Trying to find your place in this world
You may be climbing or laying low
You may already be home, be home

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released November 8, 2019
Written By Paddy Nash

Produced, Mixed and Mastered By Paul Casey @Cable Junction Studios

Eddie O'Donnell - Guitar, Banjo & Piano
Liam Bradley - Drums and Percussion
Nick Scott - Bass
Paul Cutliffe - Pipes and Whistle
Paul Casey - Slide Guitar
Paddy Nash - Guitar & Vocals

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Gate Fever is the new Solo Album from Paddy Nash.

'You probably won’t discover a finer singer-song-writer all year. A True Irish Gem! 9/10'
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'Cathartic resolution and powerful storytelling cloaked in mellifluent harmonies 4/5'
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'Nash has subtly delivered his own fanfare for the working man on this record.'
Gerry McNally
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