2009​-​2012- Collection

by Grant Duncan

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All songs recorded by Grant Duncan at Mt Eden Road Studios, Auckland, NZ.
Tracks written by Duncan in NZ, Japan and Malaysia (2006-2012). Some of the songs in this collection have been culled from Stories from Cyber (2011 release) & the EP Two Birds One Stone (also 2011) whilst others haven't made it to an album until this compilation.
See below links for video clips of some of the tracks on youtube.com

Track 9- Written by Julie Scott Day (USA)
www.myspace.com/juliescottday

Mark Whiteman
(keyboards on track 8, backing vocals on 4, 7 & 8)

youtu.be/MLiCcFn9qME
www.youtube.com/user/hhsstudio

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released March 10, 2012

Grant Duncan

Cover pic: Kathy Duncan (Auckland-March 2012)

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Grant Duncan Tokyo, Japan

Grant is a singer-songwriter based in Tokyo, Japan.
In addition to his solo out-put he has been the front-man for Tokyo based indie combo Pavement Candy since 2005.

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Track Name: Life Moves On
Life moves on
If faced with an open mind
And Life Moves On
With a vision to recognize
Life Moves On
Heroes & Cowards, today you might find
Just which one you are

Life Moves On
Regardless of what may get left behind
There's no promises
No guarantees for anyone at anytime
Living on fantasies of everything the culture may lack
A vow like an ideal means nothing if it goes untested and remains intact

Life moves on
If faced with an open mind
And Life Moves On
With a vision to recognize

And all the times I never turned away
I always tried to meet you somewhere halfway