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I packed all that I couldn't leave behind
A comb, my phone, the clothes that look so fine
And I threw them all in this suitcase of mine, oh lord
And it won't leave my side.

The bus down to the valley passed me by
The driver he just shook his head and rolled his eyes
Cause he knows that I will never fit inside, oh Lord
With this suitcase of mine

I sing "La di da di dy, Oh what a fool am I
Almost didn't pack my new shoes inside
Of this suitcase of mine."

A passing beauty stopped and winked her eye
Took me by the hand and said "come inside"
But her one bedroom apartment's nowhere near the right size
For me and my suitcase of mine

I sing "La di da di dy, Oh what a fool am I
I forgot to show her these hidden pockets on the side
Of this suitcase of mine."

What a lovely day to be outside
Standing on my porch the world goes by
But I think that I had better get inside, Oh Lord
At least I can say I tried
With just this little old suitcase...


from Quiet Cars, released March 18, 2017



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Brendan Scott Friel Windsor, Ontario

Brendan Scott Friel is a solo acoustic singer songwriter from Windsor, Ontario Canada. Raised on Celtic folk and classic songwriters like James Taylor and Bruce Springsteen, his love to storytelling through song can be seen throughout his work.

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