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Published on Nov 21, 2014
Written by Brummies Phil Hatton and Dave Scott-Morgan, this song is a musical commemoration to the Birmingham Pub bombings of 21 Nov 1974, in which 21 died. First performed at a sell-out memorial concert to mark the 40th anniversary, Birmingham Town Hall, 20 Nov 2014. http://justice4the21.co.uk/ https://www.davescottmorgan.com/shop
21 Today Phil Hatton & Dave Scott-Morgan, 13 June 2013
Oh just a thought in my mind… And I really don’t know why it still gets me so after all this long time
but there’s Twenty one today Twenty one yesterday, Twenty one tomorrow
The sky looks the same over Birmingham as I stand inside the rain thinking of faces I would know, friends who would come and go and laugh and joke and play Oh and there’s twenty one today who never grow old
Now time has played a trick on me - sent me back in history, and I’m there I’m walking down that road again Twenty something old again, not a care
With shadows dancing in the smoke I push my hands down deep in my coat, it’s freezing! As I turned my collar to the biting wind
I thought I saw your face again, Am I dreaming?
And I hear the cry, and I feel the pain And I’m living in that night of fear again Just for a moment…
While shadows dance inside the smoke I push my hands down in my coat I turned my collar to the biting wind
And I thought I saw your face again, But it was just for a moment…
And I hear the cry, and I feel the pain And I’m living in that night of fear again
So many times I’ve tried to understand it But I don’t have the words to say ‘cept there’s Twenty one today, Twenty one yesterday and Twenty one tomorrow.