Revolution

Revolution

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Demo: 

Liner Notes: 

I liked the guitar part I did for the Exquisite Corpse so I just wrote a full song off it. What the heck. It was a 1/3 of the way finished song anyway.

Lyrics: 

There's nowhere to go
For a resolution
There's no were to go
Time for revolution

Just read the signs
Read the times
Gonna take back what is mine
Then I'll go

With my hands
I'm gonna take 'em
With my mind
I'm gonna make 'em
It's my heart
Maybe I should break 'em
Give me a little time
Gonna take back what is mine

There's no time to waste
The clocks always moves forward
There's no time to waste
And there's no cutting corners

Draw the line
Redefine
Gonna take back what is mine
Then I'll go

With my hands
I'm gonna take 'em
With my mind
I'm gonna make 'em
It's my heart
Maybe I should break 'em
Give me a little time
Gonna take back what is mine

-music-

There's no going back
Everything is changing
There's no going back
It's all rearranging

Unresigned
Unconfined
Gonna take back what is mine
Then I'll go

With my hands
I'm gonna take 'em
With my mind
I'm gonna make 'em
It's my heart
Maybe I should break 'em
Give me a little time
Gonna take back what is mine



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Comments

helen's picture

Hell, yeah! This rocks. Great energy and emotion. Sure as hell wouldn't be getting in your way when you're in this mood. Ace!

kahlo2013's picture

Love that you shared the whole song! Love the energy and conviction in this! Sounds like the start of something big!

Roddy's picture

Excellent guitar and vocal. I love the way the words fit the guitar part matching energy and stillness. Your guitar sounds like a four piece rock band!

This is so good!! The guitar part has an infectious rhythm, the chords are cool, the melody is catchy, the lyrics are resolute and rebellious, and the energy in your performance is so very powerful. Fantastic job, and I look forward to hearing more of your work!

David Hendricks's picture

Really like the guitar, it reminds me of the mellow part of a prog-rock band before it breaks out with the heavy guitars, and I mean that in the best way. I also like the way the voice part plays off the suspended guitar chords.