Insightful lyrics of David Myles

David-Myles2Here’s a Canadian song writer and performer that will set you back on your heels and force you to sit and listen to his insightful lyrics.

David Myles hails from New Brunswick and now lives in Halifax. He has a total of eight albums to his credit and is busy these days on a tour with the New Brunswick Symphony Orchestra. Learn more about this amazing Maritime talent:

To provide you a hint of Myles’ genius, here are the chorus from two of our favourite songs that demand special attention. (Click on the title and enjoy the YouTube video)

When It Comes My Turn

I’m getting old but I’m not old yet
I’m already worried that I might forget
How to laugh, how to love
How to live, how to learn
I want to die with a smile when it comes my turn

Pair of Shoes

Cause we all walk in a pair of shoes
We all hope that we bounce more than we bruise
And it don’t matter how much you spend
It only matters in the end
That your soul don’t wear right through


You can follow David Myles on Twitter here: @mylesdavid

(Photo credit: Bob Magee – taken November 17, 2011 in Sean O’Sullivan Theatre of Brock University)

1 thought on “Insightful lyrics of David Myles

  1. Goldie Godfrey

    Yes agree his lyrics are I sightful. The he can make serious subject fun, love his onstage personality. Have seen at least twice at Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival. Love sense if humour. Great entertainers.


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