THE BANKROBBER – New Clip – Delightful Childhood Melancholy…

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‘Childhood’ by THE BANKROBBER

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THE BANKROBBER, the sparkling pop five-piece from Riva del Garda, Italy released their blissful 5-track EP THE LAND OF TALES earlier this year. CHILDHOOD, one of the most gripping tracks is translated now to video. A delightful pop symphony about kids dreams and spectacular infant fantasies we all, adults, experienced once upon a time in our own little way. The clip is a pure beauty, capturing the most wonderful time of many of us in
a lovely, playful and melancholic way. Watch, relax and drift away back in time, here’s a hunky-dory childhood daydream…

Start living my childhood
now that I’m grown up I’m 18 years old
I dreamt of monsters and a princess
I ran in green fields with my little friends
I feel so lost
Come and save me from the dragon
’cause I’m a little scared
It’s been a long long time
Can you believe in me sometimes?
You draw the sun in the night sky
You don’t fear anything
’cause you were a dreamer
A pirate who sails the seas
I want to break through the walls
I want to get out and fly again
Little me was confused
but also decided to change his world
Can you believe in me sometimes?
Can you believe in me sometimes?
You draw the sun in the night sky
you don’t fear anything
cause you were a dreamer
A pirate who sails the seas
and you draw the sun in the night sky
You don’t fear anything
cause you were a dreamer
A pirate who sails the seas
You draw the sun in the night sky
You don’t fear anything
cause you were a dreamer
A pirate who sails the seas
and you draw the sun in the night sky
You don’t fear anything
cause you were a dreamer
A pirate who sails the seas.

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