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Beware This Boy - Life album flac

  • Performer: Beware This Boy
  • Album: Life
  • FLAC: 1264 mb | MP3: 1847 mb
  • Released: 2016
  • Style: Folk
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 399
Beware This Boy - Life album flac


1 Never Go Away 3:48
2 Won't Care 4:57
3 Hail The Day 2:51
4 Gathering 5:30
5 GHOST 3:20
6 Leave Alone 4:01
7 Up For The Fight 2:44
8 LIFE 4:26
9 To Have And To Hold 3:32
10 Heading West 3:15
11 GIANTS 3:31

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Oxfordshire Music Rooms
  • Copyright (c) – Simon Meakin
  • Copyright (c) – Beware This Boy


  • Bass Guitar, Vocals, Instruments [Other] – David Shepherd
  • Design [Logo] – Daniel James
  • Drums – Stewart Manley
  • Fiddle – Sue Mallett
  • Guitar, Vocals – Simon Meakin
  • Performer, Arranged By – Beware This Boy
  • Producer – Kyle Mundy
  • Words By, Music By – Simon Meakin
  • Written-By – Simon Meakin


Gatefold cardboard sleeve.

Recorded at the Oxford Music Rooms [...] January 2016
A Somthins Brewin Production
Copyright: Simon Meakin and Beware This Boy January 2016

Tracks 1 to 4, 6, 7, 9 to 11: Arrangement by the band
[...] written by Simon Meakin performed and arranged by the band

A Somthins Brewin Production
Copyright: Simon Meakin and Beware This Boy January 2016

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Better beware I go bump in the night Devil-may-care with a lust for life And I know you can’t resist this You know you are so addicted Boy you better run for your life! Welcome to the nightmare in my head (Oh God!) Say hello to something scary The monster in your bed (Oh God!) Just give in and you won’t be sorry Welcome to my other side Hello it’s Mz. Hyde! I can be the bitch, I can play the whore Or your fairytale princess who could ask for more A touch of wicked, a pinch of risqué Good girl gone bad, my poison is your remedy.

This Boy's Life is exactly that: a story of a "Prodigal Son" who, after causing much harm to the society around him-with much harm having been done to him-not only became a better man, but also met a better life with his changed, saved heart from above! I'll compare the novel version of This Boy's Life to the 1993 film adaptation, starring young adult Leonardo DiCaprio as the book's author, Tobias "Toby" Wolff, a literature professor and, in addition, author of many other books and short stories

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