Sam Lardner: lead vocals and spanish guitar

Pedro Hermosilla: lead spanish guitars and vocals

Jordi Franco: bass

Juan Flores: percussion and "palmas"

Sandra Sangiao: backing vocals and "palmas"

Nuna Garcia: backing vocals and "palmas"

 

Guest performers:

Dan Posen: flugelhorn                                      Meet Dan

Giel Branker:  backing vocals                           Meet Giel

David Parras: tuba                                          Meet David

TWO MORE SECONDS 

Jimmy Colding, Danny Linde, Kim Loudrup, Sam Lardner

 

Bring me light 'cause it’s getting darker

I need you here by my side

Bring me warmth 'cause it’s getting colder

I need your glow in the night

I know we’re not getting younger

But I still got things to do

Every day we’re growing stronger

And I need you…

 

Two more seconds ‘cause the world is getting colder

Ten more minutes in your arms

Give me an hour, and I’ll leave you the impression

Baby, time is on our side

 

Stay with me on the rainy Sundays

I’ll be there when you’re weak

Bring you peace when the news is over

I’ll be all that you need

That's right, we’re not getting younger

But I still got things to do

Every day we’re growing stronger

And I need you…

 

Two more seconds ‘cause the world is getting colder

Ten more minutes in your arms

Give me an hour, and I’ll leave you the impression

Baby, time is on our side

 

Just like time is on our side

Sam's notes...

This gem of a song comes from my good friends Danny Linde and Jimmy Colding of Copenhagen. It was written on the occasion of a friend's 50th birthday, and I think it is as tender an expression of mature love as I have ever heard. I thank them for the privilege of helping with some lyrical details in English, and I also thank Kim Loudrup for once again introducing me to greatness.

 

Giel Branker displayed her amazing versatility with her backing vocals, and Dan Posen's flugel horn lent just the right touch to the solo section. David Parras transformed the feeling of the last two choruses with his gorgeous tuba. I want to thank David once again for his patience and great sense of humor. When he came to record, I gave him the wrong number on the street address. He had to heft his tuba halfway across the neighborhood of Gracia before finding us.

 

This is just a great song to record and play live. A total celebration of life and love! Thank you Jimmy and Danny!