Blistering bass line transforms furious rhythmic complexity from rock anthem to Klezmer party to Mariachi meltdown; sounds like: King Crimson, Zorn, Mr. Bungle; feat. Robert Peed (trumpet), Ruben Puebla (trombone), Allie Feder & Emma Werderman (vox)
Previous peak charts position #313
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Music by Jason Glen Peed; Lyrics by Al Rahn
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December 31, 2009
show me how to love you and i'll show you if i can. let's see if it is possible to be your savior and your man. tell me how to tell you in a way you'll understand that i'd hand over the world if you'd just give me a hand.
so here's to the gladiators who fell at your side, the poor and the perpetrators believed when you lied for whom you never cried. though i've seen the meaning of my kingdom come i never guessed i'd stand beside the sun.
you painted me a picture of a world that we could share but the paint it was invisible and the canvas still looks bare. i saw you make the mountains and the watercolor skies but they washed onto the ground like the teardrops from your eyes.
so here's to the gladiators who fell at your side,
the suave and the suffocators for whom you never cried. though i've seen the meaning of my kingdom come i'm so afraid to stand beside the sun.
ahne kol teekvah ahne kol fachad ahne kol chalom ahne kol demah la-ah-kov aht l-ha-shamash nahmas l-ha-shamash
[Translation: All my dreams All my tears All my hopes All my fears Melting away in the sun]
I see my kingdomÊ¼s coming and when it gets here i'll do all my best dear to let you take the reigns. guide us into the sun