Field Recordings (Demos)

by Ben Michel

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If we've sung and honest song No wasted words, vague idioms But simply spoke good truth in every rhyme No compromise could break these lines That build and bind us, reunite us to The very one who gave us song And if the end of man were only To speak what he's learned again He would not need his soul, nor even love!
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Another civil war is overdue, The birthright was sold for Jacob's bowl of stew And he's crying victory. The labor was black, but now its brown. Class wars aren't more than burlap vs. an evening gown, for those who'll lynch toward victory. Our children glare at national affair with criticisms provided by state education, opinions bought by investors in victory. Revolution will come by the tide of your religious pride. The god you serve is the one you deserve, as Omega hour draws nigh. Julius Caesar still walks with us he's crying out as Remus coming back to kill Romulus, keeping warm with D-Day's flag of victory. Masonic walls and temple halls shackle men to gods demanding evanescent laud, but they're dead to eternal victory. Historians groan for the Holocaust while it only shadows our present martyrs lost, and they're witness to victory. Revolution will come by the tide of your religious pride. The god you serve is the one you deserve, as Omega hour draws nigh. Plenty of religions to support your cause from Marx to Paine, Nietzsche or Kierkegaard, prophets of knowledge to doctrine our Godless souls. Yet this alltrue way, our savior today gives safe relativity to our post-modernity. It's simply pearls on the pig of hedonistic pride. And whats right for you is wrong for me, how do we give and take such liberty? If I state my claim, you'd also crucify me. Revolution will come by the tide of your religious pride. The god you serve is the one you deserve, as Omega hour draws nigh.

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Composition & Song sketches; Lo-fi demos.

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released July 21, 2011

© Ben Michel. Written/Produced by Ben Michel.

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