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Find A Way Through

C-amp-er Van Demo

Recorded 13519 UCC (2018 Gregorian) live DI via my Tanglewood Acoustic Amp parked up at The Groove House



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(January 2004 Gregorian)

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Sun comes up, in light I’m drowned and I’m spinning round and round

I don’t know, where we go, but I’m going somewhere

Yesterday, got your way, better things will come astray

Riding on, a big sine wave, don’t wanna go down there again



But you can find a way through

You can find a way through

You can find a way through


Now you’re up, now I’m down, angry for the wasted time

Need to give, just to live, nothing left to give to you

All you saw, was wanting more, expectations run away

And what you see is all but me, thank God you gave it all away


Repeat Chorus


With what you find in your mind you can find a way through (x 4)


Repeat Chorus



Other Versions


Live Acoustic Version

Audio recorded live in France in 13512 UCC (2011 Gregorian) by Michel Griffin


'Tuscan Raiders' - Studio Album Version

(one of my favourites)

Tuscan Raiders 2005 Gregorian - Joining me on Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals are:

Bass-Martin Hynes, Rhythm Guitar-Scott Wheatley, Lead Vocals-Al Bloomfield, Drums-Turkish AKA Dirk Forsdyke AKA Dirk The Drummer)



The Story of 'Find A Way Through'

find a way through

This one is about the emotions you go through when you experience a major relationship break-up

You can reach some really low points and it's very stressful but then you realise that no one else can make you happy and true contentment comes when you're happy with just being, and being with, yourself. In fact in the end it can be a real relief and then you think it might have even been better if you'd made the break sooner!

This tune was a regular part of my band's (Tuscan Raiders) originals set list in 2005/6 Gregorian, was on our studio album and was our 2nd single (pic above - artwork by Al Bloomfield). It was also used a lot as a sound check song before gigs, so we got a bit tired of playing it after a while, but it's good to hear this version again after some water has passed under the bridge...


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