Who Sang Stone by Stone? Gaelic Storm

Gaelic Storm Chicken Boxer cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2012-7-31
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Celtic/Folk/Indie Rock
length: 3:33
producer: Steve Twigger
engineer: Pat Manske and Mike Morgan
additional producer: Ryan Lacey and Patrick Murphy
I built myself a wall, I built it stout, I built it tall,
I stacked it strong and wide, I lived there deep inside.
One heartbreak at a time, around this heart of mine,
It's not a wall that you can see, it lives inside of me.

Every hurt became a stone till I was all alone,
In this s___e inside my wall.
Believe me when I say you can make it go away,
I know you can make it fall.

I built it stone by stone, stone by stone,
I built it stone by stone, stone by stone.

From inside I see the sky, makes me wish that I could fly,
Like a bird or airplane, but I can't, I must remain.
Between these walls of stone, cold and grey and hard as bone,
I've got to break free, I got a world to see.

Then you could be my girl, we could fly around the world,
There's so much that I want to do.
It's time you must begin, you've got to try to make it in,
You've got to try to break through.


You've got to push, you got to shove, got to break it with your love,
If you try you will discover, that one stone, then another,
Will tumble, fall apart, crumble round my lonely heart,
You're the only one that can get this done.

I know I built it strong but it won't take long,
You can knock it all to the ground.
If you chip a bit away, work it every single day,
We can tear this whole thing down.


CD 1
  • 1 One More Day Above the Roses
  • 2 Irish Breakfast Day
  • 3 Rag and Bone Intro
  • 4 Rag and Bone
  • 5 Dead Bird Hill
  • 6 My Lucky Day
  • 7 The Bear and the Butcher Boy
  • 8 Whichever Way the Wind Blows
  • 9 Cunla
  • 10 Out the Road
  • 11 I Can't Find My Way Home
  • 12 Marching Free
  • 13 Stone by Stone
  • 14 Where E're You Go
  • 15 The Storks of Guadalajara
  • 16 Alligator Arms

  • Release information
    label: Lost Again Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 020286210993
    script: Latin