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Published on Aug 13, 2010
Produced in Nashville by Lawrence John. Available on download from Amazon, I-Tunes, Napster, Rhapsody, Emusic, Medianet, Songcast. Words and music Cliff Austin. Copyright IMRO/ MCPS/ PRS firstname.lastname@example.org
From the Cliff Austin album Belfast To Nashville. Cliff, a singer songwriter from Coventry, England, is popular on the Irish and English Country music scenes, both as a performer and as a writer, penning songs for Irish artists like Barry Doyle and Curtis Magee.
This is another of Cliff's own compositions, a very clever song, which tells the tall tale of two Irish labourers, Pat and Mick, who travel to Egypt in search of work. There, the two find their feet quickly, building a Sphinx, tombs for Rameses and Seti's mummy and the Pyramids, before marrying the Pharaoh's daughters and settling down to raise their families. A great little song I wish I had written.
Lawrence John Deejay/ Songwriter/ Producer Belfast and Nashville