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Kevin Ray lyrics

Run Away

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Suitcase packed with all his things Car pulls up, the doorbell rings He don't wanna go He thought he'd found his home But with circumstances he can't change Waves goodbye as they pull away From the life he's known For the last 7 months or so She said, we found a man who looks like you Who cried and said he never knew About the boy in pictures that we showed him A rambler in his younger days He knew he'd made a few mistakes But he swore he would have been there Had he known it Son we think we found your dad in Oklahoma A million thoughts raced through his mind What's his name, what's he like And will he be Anything like the man in his dreams She could see the questions in his eyes Whispered don't be scared my child I will let you know What we know About the man we found He looks like you Who cried and said he never knew About the boy in pictures that we showed him A rambler in his younger days He knew he'd made a few mistakes But he swore he would have been there Had he known it You always said this was something that you wanted Son it's time to meet your dad in Oklahoma One last turn he held his breath Till they reached the faint house on the left And all at once the tears came rolling in And as they pulled into the drive The man was waiting there outside He wiped the worry tears from his eyes Smiled and took his hand And he said I'm the man who looks like you Who cried because I never knew About the boy in pictures that they showed me Oh a rambler in my younger days I knew I'd made a few mistakes But I swear I would have been there Had I known it Never again will you ever be alone Son welcome to your home in Oklahoma

Journey From Mariabronn

KANSAS "Kansas"
(Kerry Livgren/Steve Walsh) Two began together, lived as one Each one to the other had become More than a friend, living to meet a common end They were true, each one knew all is well Still the elder knew it could not last Hidden memories from the young one's past Drew them apart Both knew that deep within his heart they must part Each their own seperate way It puzzles me how we can be so close and yet worlds apart Can it be, my memory has torn my life in two From the very start I screamed for the devil to let me be I called to the heavens to set me free Today I prayed for the answer and not one Of the gods in the sky would rescue me Dreams of fortune fill the young one's mind Learn the worldy ways of hope to find Love on the way, searching to find the light of day In his soul he had found his own way But to each other they soon will return Destiny fulfilled, their words will burn an eternal flame

Children Of Divorce

JONNY CRAIG "A Dream Is A Question You Don't Know How To Answer"
And back to these cold shitty days in Portland, Wishing I'd never come across your face, Plagued by the memories of things unspoken, Scared by thoughts of your father, Made me look over the flaws of your nature. Laying on your back became your only escape. You feel so old, used, but not yet broken, Not to think you have it all together. I never planned to carry your burdens. But this child was a mistake. I knew from the moment I stepped off that plane, we had no future. How come your dreams are always so bitter? And who knows, maybe one day, she will know my name. You still return to the same skylines, that leave you broken. Cheap talks with even cheaper company. Keeps the days turning into nights. You lay awake crying cause your child, carries my name, while I regret ever making you apart of my life. Sadly enough, this song's not to hurt you, just to show the world that I'm free. I knew from the moment I stepped off that plane, we had no future. How come your dreams are always so bitter?. And who knows, maybe one day, she will know my name. She'll know. She will know.

Young Hearts

JJ DEMON
Here, in the summer when the sun leaves later we sat under the plum tree hearing the hum of the cicadas We become free fireflies, lantern The fields of our youth ever feel the sky's amber Dust, brings a calming glow Like a brush we can kiss and my mom won't know and I promise tonight to be honest my pot grows cold Don't tell us that we're too young and the blinds won't hold But I feel like this is for real life Forever I'm squeezing your hand in a trance that's so clever Dandelions explode The wind blows tender Will I still be outside of your window in September? Who knows when the days are like years and my big little heart says "Stay the night here" Knowin' I can't and I won't but I want to Suddenly I'm brave enough to tell you that I love you In the summer when the sun stays longer and everyday is Sunday There's no place to complain Two hearts unchained, kids fallin' fast bear for thunderwaves we're fallin' in the grass Left it spillin' like water from a bucket Life was so luscious now we're both thrushes[?] How much is a popsicle cause I'm treatin' we leave the red stains on our faces while we eat 'em on the swings like the wings of a lovebird children upping forts in the passion of the suburb We plan for the next minute we abandon our plan and the very second we're in it Cause these are like the days to be timid an its ink will confess the note I will ask you but please, certain yes Maybe all I can remember are the fun parts or have we just grown too old for our young hearts? In the summer when the sun starts humming something beautiful Before we ever saw our first funeral Before we ever cried over love and its little quirks we just like the way it felt not knowing if it will hurt one day I used to scribble[?] your name on my arm now I'm looking at your text not knowing what to respond All the poetry escapes me I wonder how we've forgotten the bliss in waitin' an eternity for a kiss an eternal leave we'll miss the days your parents thought we were cute now I'm no longer welcome in your home No shelter from the storm back then the clouds all seemed pretty We learned later how it felt to be alone stomp every mountain in the cold young love is like icecream I'm the Cancer and you're the Pisces why do we grow like a cancer? I'm lookin' for that old answer to the question "Do you like me?"

The Remnant

JOSH RITTER "So Runs The World Away"
I know who you are old man keep running I caught your trail as you left the pines Out into the fields where you couldn't hide nowhere Just a thin stitch up against the rising line And up through the blue I knew the stars were tumbling Up through the blue I knew the star were tumbling I know who you are old man keep running I tracked you down by the look in the eyes Of a thousand gone faces pressed against their windows Horses hiding in the willows 'til the storm passed by And a fine gray dust seemed to settle on the future A fine gray dust seemed to settle in between Your hat and the dapple of my appaloosa The only living things that I could see And up through the blue I knew that stars were tumbling Up through the blue I knew the stars were tumbling I know who you are old man keep running I walked across the bottom of the lake below Your boat and did you know that when you landed I was watching As the sky turned dark as the eyes of a foal And I'll know you by the shift of the wind in the cobwebs The sawdust swirls in the fins of the bullheads The craters that you made when you lay down dreaming Strange constellations that you gave new meaning By the teeth marks you made on bones from the ice age Then smell of the cinder burning slow in your rib cage Listen in the distance and you'll hear my shadow Footsteps soft as the tread of an echo And up through the blue I knew the stars were tumbling Up through the blue I knew the stars were tumbling And the ground will open out into a mouth below us And the mouth will open out into the empty sky And the whistle as we hurtle through the halls of onyx The only sound around us as we go by And I'll follow you out through the wells of charcoal Moonlit stones around the cones of a black hole Through the fields where grow the ever and forever The tessellated blooms with the voids at their centers Through the million rooms in a bead of luminescence The filaments on the looms of dimension The pillars of creation where they make the planets The billion tiny teeth that tear the charge from your atoms In a trillion tiny bites they'll eat the meat from the pearl And throw your soul away a cold grey little world And nothing that is hidden will be revealed And nothing that is hidden will be revealed And nothing that is hidden will be revealed

Passive Restraints

CLUTCH
(Fallon, Gaster, Maines, Sult) Went to the five and dime, bought myself a copy of Time, and on the cover was a woman that I knew when I was excavating in the mountains of Peru. I caught a plane to L.I.A.. I didn't know what I would say. Maybe she would like me I had lost a lot of weight since she had last seen me in 1988. Went to a local bar and ordered a cerveza, asked a man about the woman on the cover, dijo, Claro que sí, es el presidente's daughter. Asked him where she might be. He said, You did not hear this from me. The girl is a terrorista en las montanas a Chuquibambilla. Took a bus through mountains. Oh my head was pounding. Got to stay strong and carry on. Got to stay strong it won't be long. Arrived in the villa surrounded by guerillas. Then my girl took me in her arms. She said, How have you been? Oh, but I'll see you again. I woke up in a coffin underneath an altar to the east of Machu Pichu. Crawled from the royal tomb. The sun was bright it burned my eyes. I knew that she was gone so I went down to the riverside and I cried cried cried. Down to the riverside and I cried cried cried. Muchas veces I don't know if I'm coming or I'm going. Muchas veces I'm at a loss as what to do. Muchas veces I don't know if I'm coming or I'm going. Muchas veces I'm at a loss as what to do. My friend said, She's nothing but pain. I said, I still love her the same. All she needs is a little bit of love and I'm sure I can make her change some. What about that girl in Zaire that you met while a volunteer? She got quite the education and quite the pair of legs on her. Oh, she married an Englishman, a correspondent for CNN. She thought he was rather handsome in a U.N. blue flak jacket. Oh, I see where you're coming from, but for me there is no other one. I must be on my merry way. Went to the five and dime, bought myself a copy of Time, and on the cover was a woman that I knew claiming she was a kahuna on Oahu. Caught a plane to H.I.A. The sun was bright it burned my eyes. I knew that she was near because I felt shivers on my spine. I felt fine, fine, fine. Shivers on my spine. I felt fine, fine, fine.

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