December

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Wrap me up in family
Sink into the world I know
The world that made me
Welcomed back to the place
I longed to leave, longed to forget
I longed to escape

At home I can see myself
I can be myself
And I know where I am
At home, friends and family
Tell you how to be
And you know where you are

Know they'll forgive everything
Know they'll forgive anything
You’re so excited to be so bored
So eat until your belly aches
And laugh until your ribs they shake
Watching crap, turn up my nose, good lord!

At home I can see myself
I can be myself
And I know where I am
At home, friends and family
Tell you how to be
And you know where you are

Should auld acquaintance be forgot
And never brought to mind
Should auld acquaintance be forgot
For the sake of Auld Lang Syne

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from A Year, released December 6, 2019
Photography by Roland C Vogt and Robert Couse-Baker

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Jeremy Warmsley London, UK

Jeremy Warmsley is a songwriter & composer from London. In the 2000s, he recorded two solo albums for Transgressive Records. In 2009 he started the band Summer Camp with Elizabeth Sankey.

He also composes film, TV and game soundtracks, notably for Simon Amstell's Carnage, Minskworks' Jalopy, and several of Charlie Lyne's films, including Beyond Clueless and the award-winning Fish Story.
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