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Your Heart Will Have A Hard Time

by Martin Tetzlaff

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I feel good While you're depressed Somehow I made it Somebody is really soon With his feet on the moon Yeah, do you know how to behave Should you drown in a lake? And anything in my hand Is the future of a band Anything in your head is a thing that works Instead of my dreams And anyone from the sky Will come down and tell me why I'll live on 'though I'm dead And no one has to be sad It feels so great It feels so great What's the time You can give Because I want you to live on Where the smile in your face? You don't live in a maze Yeah, do you know how to behave Should you drown in a lake? And anything in my hand Is the future of a band Anything in your head is a thing that works Instead of my dreams And anyone from the sky Will come down and tell me why I'll live on 'though I'm dead And no one has to be sad It feels so great It feels so great And anything in my hand Is the future of a band Anything in your head is a thing that works Instead of my dreams And anyone from the sky Will come down and tell me why I'll live on 'though I'm dead And no one has to be sad It feels so great It feels so great
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"Your Heart Will Have A Hard Time" ist ein Schaukasten in die Mitte des Lebens. Ein Einblick in Empathie, Glück, Diaspora, Trauer und Trost, Aufstand und Einfügen, Sehnsucht und Realität, Ruhe und Lärm.
In zwei Songs das Zentrum finden, der Pool der Kraft, der eigene Resonanzkörper sein, sich selbst genügen und dann wieder der Austausch mit der Umwelt. Licht werfen und Reflexionsfläche sein. Alles auf einmal.

'Your Heart Will Have A Hard Time' is a display cabinet to the middle of life. An insight into empathy, happiness, diaspora, sorrow and comfort, rebellion and insertion, longing and reality, silence and noise.
Finding the intrior centre, the pool of power, being one's own response, to be adequate to oneself and then again the exchange with the environment. Casting a light and being reflection face. All at once.

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released December 23, 2011

written by Martin Tetzlaff
played by Martin Tetzlaff
Instruments recording by Martin Tetzlaff
Voice recording on Anything In My Hand by Marco Birkner at P1 Studios Berlin, Germany
Mixed by Martin Tetzlaff
Mastered by Marco Birkner
Artwork by Hania Helmchen (www.bambigrafix.net)

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Martin Tetzlaff Berlin, Germany

Martin Tetzlaff is a Berlin-based songwriter with a strong pop sensibility and a penchant for sad melodies.

Martin’s songs evoke a landscape both melancholy and reassuring, like a bleak landscape seen from a train window on the way home from an failed tryst.

His many self-produced recordings blend rock instrumentation with electronic elements, and range from hushed folk to bombastic power pop.
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