Who Sang Fallen From Grace? Blue Rodeo

Blue Rodeo Tremolo cover art

Some other versions of "Fallen From Grace"
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
writers: Adrian Israel Gurvitz, Heather Holley, Michele Vice
release date: 1997
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country Rock
length: 3:54
producer: John Whynot and Blue Rodeo
recording engineer: John Whynot
violin: Mi Hyon Kim, Vera Tarnowsky, Adele Armin and David McFadden
background vocals: John Whynot
guitar: John Whynot and James Gray
viola: Kent Teeple and Artur Jansons
cello: Kirk Worthington and Audrey King
strings arranger: John Whynot
Not like it used to do
And there will be moonlight in the sky
Won't mean a thing to you
Friends and relations say you've changed
They say that it's written in your face
Better get used to living like this
Now that you've fallen from grace

And you will walk across the floor
As the night becomes day
There will be trouble coming down
Sent round to test your faith
Then when the friends you used to wait for
Stop coming around to your place
You better get strong somehow
Now that you've fallen from grace

Better get used to the sorrow
Better get used to the pain
Don't even worry about tomorrow
You know it's only today all over again
(repeat)

Never mind the paper and the pen
They can't help you anymore
Forget about the music
That used to lift up your soul
And when the lover
That you lean on
Turns round and shows you a stranger's face
Better get used to living like this
Now that you've fallen from grace
Better get used to living like this
Now that you've fallen from grace




Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Moon & Tree
  • 2 Shed My Skin
  • 3 No Miracle, No Dazzle
  • 4 Falling Down Blue
  • 5 I Could Never Be That Man
  • 6 Beautiful Blue
  • 7 Fallen From Grace
  • 8 Me & Baz
  • 9 Disappear
  • 10 It Could Happen to You
  • 11 Dragging On
  • 12 Brother Andre's Heart
  • 13 Frog's Lullaby
  • 14 Graveyard

  • Album Information
    label: wea
    country(area): Canada
    format: CD
    barcode: 706301925324
    script: Latin