Bring My Family Back



publisher: ©EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Maxwell Fraser, Rollo Armstrong
album: Track 2 in album Sunday 8pm
release date: 1998-9-21
popularity : 29 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Funk / Soul
styles: House/Downtempo/Euro House/Trance
length: 6:23
vocal: Rachael Brown
mixer: Phill Brown
engineer: Phill Brown
guitar: Dave Randall
percussion: Sudha
strings: Gavyn Wright
strings arranger: Wil Malone
composer: Sabrina Setlur, Sister Bliss, Rollo, Maxi Jazz

Album Information

label: Cheeky Records
country(area): United Kingdom
format: CD
barcode: 5014524150351
script: Latin

Cover Art

Faithless Sunday 8pm cover art


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I'm on lonely street age nearly three
Is it because of me or my younger sister,
Face all puffy like a blister,
Since we moved away from the house,
They say I'll understand on day but I doubt it,
How'd it get to be so crowded.
And I can't escape the feeling,
So I strain to listen,
This feels like extradition or exile,
So I make pretend cups of coffee in her favorite style.
But she know I want my Dad I want my family back.
I'm on Lonely Street, age forty three.
Took offense, took the kids,
But before she took her leave
Working all the hours.
You see, because after ten years I'm
Quick so I had to work real late.
And if I'm honest, I had a little cake at the office.
Making tea for the bosses.
And I agree I got sleazy too easily.
This doesn't usually happen to me.
I wonder what my son's doing today.
On my computer display.
Concerned about what's down the track

Boarded up property,
Litter all around inside there's
But yo it gets busy at night, People creeping.
On the way my timbers creaking,
Knee high in refuse.
I'm still of some use.
And under my roof children where educated.
A crash in the economy robbed me of my family.
So that's it. Like violence it's drastic.
More than just a house for crack.


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 The Garden
  • 2 Bring My Family Back
  • 3 Hour of Need
  • 4 Postcards
  • 5 Take the Long Way Home
  • 6 Why Go?
  • 7 She's My Baby
  • 8 God Is a DJ
  • 9 Hem of His Garment
  • 10 Sunday 8pm
  • 11 Killer's Lullaby