Song Produced by Michael Zammit & Slightly Left of Centre
Mastered by David Briggs 2010.

Lyrics:
The dawn of day
The boys who play lose their limbs in dares
And with their guns strapped to their backs
They won't be back, they'll be elsewhere
Shields and swords of yesterday
Can't save the way that they're portrayed
And to this day, they all will say
It's a glorious way to go

So wear that smile
It suits so well
And tell me you love the way I hold your hand and pray
And hope it all goes away

The matinee
The girls who play the damsels in distress
With flowers in their hair
They sit and stare and wonder if they'll be saved
By the sons of men
Who pretend they are heroes with all they know
And the swords and shields that they will wield
Scream it's a glorious way to go

So wear that smile
It suits so well
And tell me you love the way I hold your hand and pray
And hope it all goes away

Wear that smile
It suits so well
And tell me you love the way I hold your hand and pray
And hope it all goes away

Produced By Slightly Left of Centre 2010
Copyright Slightly Left of Centre 2010

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Slightly Left of Centre (SLC) is a four piece pop/rock band residing in Melbourne, Australia. They are fronted by the amazingly talented Christian Murphy whose vocal melodies rival some of the best in the business and are backed by some of the most proficient


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Slightly Left of Centre (SLC) is a four piece pop/rock band residing in Melbourne, Australia. They are fronted by the amazingly talented Christian Murphy whose vocal melodies rival some of the best in the business and are backed by some of the most proficient musicians in Melbourne. The band formed in 2010 working hard in their own purpose built studios; SLC engineered, recorded and produced their music. SLC then exploded onto the scene with their debut album ‘The Right Direction’. Their music videos for the singles ‘Glorious Way’and ‘Rewind’ reached over an amazing 280,000 & 175,000 (respectively) views on YouTube.

‘The Right Direction’ was released in early 2012 to a hugely popular and eager welcome due to its continued internet promotion and of course it’s free download. Fans from all over the world have welcomed the album with open arms and continue to show their appreciation and support through the bands many social media links such as Facebook, Twitter, Reverbnation and MySpace. Fans follow SLC around their home town and support their live performances at venues that even the most established bands have performed at.

With SLC’s many years of musical fascination and an unfathomable drive to make their mark in the music industry ‘Glorious Way‘ was featured on Melbourne radio stations Triple M & Triple J Unearthed. ‘The Right Direction’ has also been streamed on countless internet radio stations around the world and the music video for ‘Glorious Way’ made its way to be featured in the “clip of the week” segment on Australian music video show RAGE.

Push forward to 2013 their latest single ‘Fly Away’ was released in March has almost hit 150,000 views on YouTube. The band continues to push boundaries while they record, with multiple planned releases, each track different to the last with that hint of SLC familiarity that fans enjoy.

SLC are truly a people’s band, willing to go all out for fans and do the best by them by providing incredible tunes and a professional, friendly and approachable attitude to them all. If you’re in the mood for something a little different from the norm, check out SLC either through their live shows around Melbourne or download your own copy of their free album from the many internet music and social media sites.

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