Lyrics



De Vida Voz



I hear all the things you’re sayin
I know you’ve been misbehaving
All the people you’ve abandoned
Voices carry thru the canyon

I know all the games you’re playing
I know where your head’s been laying
All the hurt you’ve had your hand in
Voices carry thru the canyon



Produced By Dan Horne
Matthew Correia - Lead Vocals/Drums/Percussion
Miles Michaud - Rhythm Guitar/Harmony Vocals
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Spencer Dunham - Bass/Vocals




Had It All



Didn’t come around
Cos I had it all
Never settled down
Cos I had it all

But it all just came and went
Faster than I could
Have the time to separate
The bad from good

Didn’t really try
Cos I had it all
Never questioned why
I had it all

But it all ain’t really much
When all you need
Is the time to let your mind
Be relaxed and free

Yeah it all just came and went
Faster than I could
Have the time to separate
The bad from good

Now my days are numbered
You and I can see
That I’ll have to take the fall
I had it all



Produced By Dan Horne & Nick Waterhouse
Miles Michaud - Lead Vocals/Guitar
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Spencer Dunham - Bass/Vocals
Matthew Correia - Drums/Percussion/Vocals




Artifact



Poet, priest, and visionary
Rallied to the call
The will of human kind
Defied them all

Coveting the gold and silver
Idols of success
Only to perpetuate duress

Every king’s assassin waiting
Silently at bay
Counting down until
His holy day

Artifacts of ancient wisdom
Buried in the sand
Hastily upturned
To clear the land

Now I ain’t gonna claim to be the second son
I love my fellow man but I hate what he’s become
And it goes on and on and on

To calculate the universe
Leads further from divine
But can we comprehend
All that we find

Artifacts of ancient wisdom
Buried in the sand
Neglected and denied
By us again

Now I ain’t gonna cast the first stone, you see
I love my fellow man and I love what he could be
But it goes on and on and on



Produced by Dan Horne
Miles Michaud - Lead Vocals/Guitar
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Guitar/Organ
Spencer Dunham - Bass
Matthew Correia - Drums




Ferus Gallery (Instrumental)



Produced by Dan Horne & Nick Waterhouse
Pedrum Siadatian - Guitar/Vibraphone
Miles Michaud - Guitar/Piano
Spencer Dunham - Bass
Matthew Correia - Drums/Percussion




Recurring



So tell me where you’ve been
I’ve been searching for a long time
I don’t know where to begin
And I’ve fallen so far behind

If you could only see me through
You know I just can’t help but wonder
A reflection that’s so true
I’d never trade it for another

If life’s a shining jewel
To what do I owe elation?
I think I know the golden rule
But it gets lost in translation

So tell me how to feel
Should I worry that I’ve done wrong?
Cos I don’t know how to deal
And nothing ever lasts too long

It doesn’t matter where I am
I could be searching to no end
But if I’m lucky, I just might find
You at the perfect time

Soul Searching



Produced by Dan Horne
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Vocals/Lead Guitar/Hammond Organ
Miles Michaud - Guitar
Matthew Correia - Drums/Harmony Vocals
Spencer Dunham - Bass




Nothing To Hide



Spent all day trying to cover my tracks
Lost my way when I fell off the map
Oh, I got nothing to hide
Cos I already tried

The things I say seem mighty tall
They echo there way out the hall
Way out to the other side
But I got nothing to hide

Oh, just to burn so slowly
And to carry the things I find
To think you may never know me
You just never met my kind

Got better ways to spend my time
So if you’re looking for a sign
Oh, I don’t wear no disguise
I’m not out on a lie

Don’t ask me where I hang my hat
Seems by now you should recognize that
Oh, I’m just wasting my time
But I got nothing to hide

Oh, just to burn so slowly
And to bury the things I find
To think you may never know me
But you always pass me by

Oh, just to burn to slowly
And to carry the things I find
And you may never know me
I could never be your kind



Produced by Dan Horne & Nick Waterhouse
Matthew Correia - Lead Vocals/Drums
Pedrum Siadatian - Guitar
Miles Michaud - Guitar
Spencer Dunham - Bass




Buffalo Nickel



And we had so much time to live
But don’t it go by fast
And I had so much more to give
But that was in the past

And now that I know things are through
If I could just forget
All this love I have
Only for you



Produced by Dan Horne & Nick Waterhouse
Spencer Dunham - Lead Vocals/Bass
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Vocals/Lead Guitar
Miles Michaud - Guitar/Vocals
Matthew Correia - Drums/Percussion/Vocals




Follow You Down



How was I to know
You’d come around
Any other day
Follow you down

How was I to see
What you’d intend
Any other way
Try it again

Above all else I thought you knew
The course you chose to follow through
But time it seems felt differently
About just what should come to be

See things do spoil when left aside
No matter where intentions lie
Now no hard feelings resonate
I only wish you didn’t wait

How was I to know
You’d come around
Any other day
Follow you down

How was I to see
What you’d intend
Any other way
Try it again

Fortunes crossed then parted ways
I went about my daily days
But now that fortune has returned
I can’t forget all that I learned

And all those pleasant yesterdays
I cherish but will have to stay
In the past, as memory
Only for mind’s eyes to see



Produced by Dan Horne & Nick Waterhouse
Miles Michaud - Lead Vocals/Guitar
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Guitar
Matthew Correia - Drums/Percussion
Spencer Dunham - Bass




501-415



Five o one, four fifteen
Remnants that you left downstream
Reflections of your memory
So lucid you don’t have to dream
Of who you are and who you’ve been
The stale love that you left behind
You wanna live but it’s a sin
Smoking on a cigarette
Gone when it’s time to forget
Peerin’ through the rosy tint
You can’t lose and you can’t win
So give it all your best spin

Five o one, four fifteen
Pages tearin from the seams
You once were big, but now you’re lean
You once had grime, but now you’re clean
And no one’s grass is turnin greener
Dreamin of what could’ve been
When you were chock full of intent
Now you’re grey and feelin spent
Sick of sittin on the fence
Thinking God is heaven sent
When you can barely pay your rent
So give it all your best spin



Produced by Dan Horne + Nick Waterhouse
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Vocals/Guitar
Miles Michaud - Lead Guitar
Spencer Dunham - Bass
Matthew Correia - Drums




Yemeni Jade (Instrumental)



Produced by Dan Horne & Nick Waterhouse
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Guitar/Vibraphone
Miles Michaud - Guitar
Spencer Dunham - Bass
Matthew Correia - Drums
Dan Horne - Pedal Steel




Worship The Sun



My vision is clear
My mind paves the road I ride
I don’t need my eyes
When it’s all dark outside

I feel you so far away
The stars are in a line
Minutes turn to hours
And don’t worry about the time

I don’t know
What I see I believe
And I know where I belong
Cos I worship the sun

My vision is clear
There is nothing to decide
I’ll stay in the light
Or let life pass me by

For I am a notion
An old familiar sound
I know that one day
I just won’t be around

I don’t know
What I see I believe
And I know where I belong
Cos I worship the sun



Produced by Dan Horne
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar/Solo
Miles Michaud - Guitar
Spencer Dunham - Bass/Vocals
Matthew Correia - Drums/Percussion/Vocals




Better Than Mine



He held the stool far
Aback some dark bar
And coddled quietly
His tumbler filled with gin

He motioned my way
And turning sideways
He told me son, now listen in

I’ve seen it roll by
More times than most’d try
It never seems to fail
Or alter in its course

You’re at the doorstep
You haven’t slipped yet
You could be golden evermore

He told me always take some time just wonder
About some foreign land or days of old
And admit it to yourself if you should blunder
And always try to take the higher road

His eyes grew wide now
He drank his gin down
And said he’d had to learn this
All the hardest way

Beware of cardinal sin
Take that which you put in
And savor each and every day

He told me always take some time just to wonder
And always come to question what you’re told
And to love without condition those who wander
For it’s they who’ll come to pave that higher road



Produced by Dan Horne & Nick Waterhouse
Miles Michaud - Lead Vocals/Guitar
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Spencer Dunham - Bass/Vocals
Matthew Correia - Bass/Percussion/Vocals
Dan Horne - Pedal Steel




No Werewolf (Instrumental)



Produced by Dan Horne & Nick Waterhouse
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Guitar/Organ
Miles Michaud - Guitar
Spencer Dunham - Bass
Matthew Correia - Drums
Cover Of The Frantics (Wadsworth/Hodge), Dolton Records




Every Girl



Here comes Margaret’s friend
She’s made her way into my dreams again
Watch the way that she walks
You know she’s the best girl on the block

There goes Julie Ann
You know I’ve always been her biggest fan
I start to think I’ll make her mine
Then tomorrow she’ll be out of my mind

Oh, yeah they’re all
Every girl’s the one for me
Ya ya ya ya

Hey there Angeline
You’re about the finest thing that I’ve ever seen
Wanna take you for a bride
But Lord knows I’ve got a wandering eye

I heard of Susie-Lou
All the wild things she does to you
Man it sure is awful fine
Loving someone til the end of time, but

Oh, yeah they’re all
Every girl’s the one for me
Ya ya ya ya



Produced by Dan Horne
Miles Michaud - Lead Vocals
Pedrum Siadatian - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Spencer Dunham - Bass/Vocals
Matthew Correia - Drums/Vocals