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ANGRY HILL
George Ezra


He reads yesterday's news
Cause today's just scares him
Thinks of yesterday's blues
Cause today's are just far too grim
And it grows
On it grows

And I see him down in the morning
Lying blind without no warning
Seen him running through the night
Through the fall lead his enemies inside
And it grows
On it grows

And I'm learning how to walk
Learning how to take my time
Or the angels take him away and
Lay his body six feet 'neath clay
And it grows
On it grows

And I see him burning to dust
Seen him falling through the shadows
Shed a tear and his cheek rusts
Seen him falling through the shadows
And it grows
On it grows

And I'm learning how to walk,
Learning how to turn my back,
Or the angels take him away and,
Lay his body six feet 'neath clay,
And it grows
On it grows

I'll walk and then I'll walk,
Lord, I'll walk, I'll walk and then I'll walk
Lord, I'll walk, Lord, I'll walk
I'll walk, Lord, I'll walk, Lord, I'll walk
Lord, I'll walk, Lord, I'll walk
And I'll walk, Lord, I'll walk, Lord, I'll walk
And it grows
On it grows

He's as angry as the hills
He's got a mind and eyes and both set to kill, oh
Maybe that he may learn to walk,
And maybe that he may learn to take his time,
Maybe that I may learn to walk,
Maybe that I may learn to turn my back once more...


GEORGE EZRA

George Ezra (full name George Ezra Barnett) is a British singer-songwriter from Hertford, England. Born on June 7, 1993, and the son of an art teacher, Ezra grew up in Hertford attending Bengeo primary school and then Simon Balle Secondary School, before moving to Bristol, England in 2011 to pursue a music degree at the influential music school "BIMM".

Ezra's music is described as deep, bluesy and mournful - particularly in tracks such as "Budapest" - and is peppered with influences from the likes of Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie. ... Read More