Casablancan Night

Casablancan Night - For a Dreamer

Graham Trust - vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar
Martyn Gilbert - electric guitar
Tony Potter - drums
Guy Davies - keyboards 

I came and I saw love, but I waited; I looked to another night.
There is a song - a black refrain that’s racked with guilt and teased by pain. What does it mean?
It lifts for no reason, changes moods like the seasons. As if I had to prove myself.
But I could only sing to you, pray for you, read our last rites.
I know that song; it’s Casablancan night.

Foresight, like twilight it flees. Moonlighting and caution floats on the breeze across the sea.
There is a song keeps haunting me - my malady for all to see. What does it mean?
See love in its death row. Come and laugh at the sideshow. I didn’t have to prove myself.
I only had to sing to you, pray for you, read our last rites.
I know that song; it’s Casablancan night.

Recorded at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool

Produced by Graham Trust and Andrea Wright 2012

Written by and copyright Graham Trust 1982