Come on Brother

by Teresa Dixon

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Come on Brother is the first song to be released from Teresa Dixon's upcoming album "Bass Strait".

Teresa Dixon - Vocals, Acoustic guitar
Lucy Rash - Violin
Carmen Chan - Cello
Thomas Watson - Slide Guitar
Trent McKenzie - Double Bass
Andy Stewart - Percussion
Samara Cullen - Backing vocals

Recorded, mixed & mastered by
Andy Stewart @ The Mill

Artwork by Claire Marsh

Big thanks to everyone involved and to all my family (especially my mum) and friends for all your support and love. x
This song goes out to the man on Elizabeth street, I wish I could have helped him more.

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Come on brother, relax that frown
pretty soon that brow will be nestled in hair, of chocolate brown
far away from here, greener pastures bluer skies
come on brother, it'll be alright

We'll be the Kings, she'll be our queen
together we will rule, kingdoms unseen
away from this land, where vicious winds won't blow
all we've gotta do now,
Is go, is go, is go oh oh

Come on brother, let's leave today
no need to pack a thing, we'll just float away
don't be afraid, a better world invites
come on brother, it'll be alright

We'll be the Kings, she'll be our queen
together we will rule, kingdoms unseen
away from this land, where vicious winds won't blow
all we've gotta do now,
Is go, is go, is go oh oh

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Teresa Dixon Melbourne, Australia

A velvet landscape, oceanic; coloured blue, yellow, and orange by the waning evening light. Accept no substitutes, for this image is nothing less than home for Teresa Dixon, a Bass Coast based multi-instrumentalist with the earth in her veins. Teresa sings songs of visceral sadness, careful optimism, and the things we do to pull ourselves together, get up, and get on with it. ... more

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