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December 25, 2004

Sirens In A Small Town

New Song. About the sirens I hear in class at Greenville. On the upcoming Pedalboy CD tentatively titled "CONRAD."

Verses:
Sirens in a small town
Only can mean one thing:
Some old man
Is meeting his end.

This winter's getting so long,
Ice to water, snow white to brown.
And age is a virtue
That will let you down.

Chorus:
Time can do you wrong.
You think you've got so long.
But each moment that passes
Doesn't look back.

Verses:
Life is like a string quartet,
Listen while the beauty lasts.
When its over
is there an encore?

"Have a bit of this fruit," she says,
"Apples are good for you," she said.
My ugly insides are showing.
"That's the price of, the price of knowing."

Posted by pedalboy at December 25, 2004 3:33 AM | TrackBack
Comments

man... i'm so frustrated that you're ultimately cooler than I am.

hope you had a great christmas!

Posted by: Joel at December 25, 2004 10:47 PM

Thanks Joel. You're ultimately warmer than I am.

I did have a great christmas (even though a few cds are still on the way, amazon.com got delayed....) Hope you had a great Christmas too, see you soon.

Posted by: pedalboy at December 26, 2004 3:10 AM

I'm kind of upset that you (Matt) are cooler than I am too! MAN!

I really liked the lyrics to this, I can really relate. We had a man die at the nursing home I work at on Christmas Eve. Life is short, yet precious...

Posted by: Katie at December 27, 2004 12:49 AM

Shoot what a depressing thing to write on Christmas. I didn't realize that it was the 25th when I wrote it. Oh well life is funny like that.

If you want to hear the scratch demo of this song for the HOUSE project, go to http://www.myspace.com/house and it will be up there until we upload a more finished version once it gets more finished. So get it while the getting's good.

-matt

Posted by: matt at January 8, 2005 4:36 PM
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