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In Comes the Storm

In Comes the Storm by Erik Borelius
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Erik Borelius

Label: EB Music
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

In Comes the Storm


Erik Borelius
guitar, acoustic

Additional Personnel / Information

Erik Borelius – Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Cello. Mats Persson – Drums, Percussion

Album Description

In Comes the Storm – on the first single {{Erik Borelius}}' fifteenth album he is singing again, about threats and challenges, light and hope. Mats Persson on drums and percussion. Erik plays the guitars (Loef acoustic with True Temperament, PRS-electric, Ovation 1984 and five-string bass), cello and have created the illustration. In Comes the Storm Easy to think, in familiar rooms Nothing to fear, nothing colorful That’s where I’ve been now for many years Life’s been good, in familiar rooms New times ahead, I’m not alone Who is that man, what’s his purpose here? Vicious the voice, as the words I hear Spreading fear, in familiar rooms In comes the storm and a turn of tide Out flies the old in space to die High hopes reborn finding ways untried To deal with the storm Let hope be the norm The life lasting hope, my light Lifeless and dull, no familiar rooms In search for a path, away from doom What else can I do with my future lost Lost in the night like a falling star But to travel far, and beyond


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