From a Liar to a Thief

by The Tiger & Me

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Purchase here: www.thetigerandme.com.au/from-a-liar-to-a-thief.html

From a Liar to a Thief is the band's debut LP, released in April 2010.

“The Tiger and Me's debut album is beautifully constructed and arranged, with marvellous momentum and a wonderful sense of adventure. A remarkable debut.”
MUSIC AUSTRALIA GUIDE (JB HI-FI)

“As fun as it all is, the Tiger & Me is a band of emotional breadth and it shifts effortlessly through the gears from brass-bright exuberance, ambivalent, Gypsyish energy and a delicate-to-the-point-of delicious sombreness. 4 Stars."
THE AUSTRALIAN

Released by FOUR | FOUR (ABC Music). Exclusively licensed to Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

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released April 17, 2010

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The Tiger & Me Melbourne, Australia

Genre-hopping quartet based in Melbourne.

“Driven by the trio of voices, which partner effortlessly with the underlying music, the record sometimes thunders, it sometimes whispers, the plethora of melody, the hooks, bringing you back for more, sticking in your brain as good pop should” - Sydney Morning Herald

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Track Name: I Left the Wolves Behind That Night
I walked into a foreign town
A land long left behind
I sat beside an acacia tree
And a fountain of red wine

A blind old man with a bible in his hand
Struggling through the sand
A poor boy dressed in rags in tow
He leads him by the hand

And I left the wolves behind that night
I left them where they fell
I slay them one by one that night
Beneath the old cathedral bell
I sang, “la da da, la da da…

The old man took me by the hand
And he led me to the well
I said, “I am not a killer or a thief
But there are other pathways to Hell”

He said, “Worry not about what has passed
And live without regret
Think only of the moment now
You can sleep friend, when you‟re dead”

And I left the wolves behind that night
I left them where they fell
I slay them one by one that night
Beneath the old cathedral bell
I sang, “la da da, la da da…