The View Down Here - Single

by A Raven Renaissance

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Written to commemorate those we have lost unexpectedly, and have impacted my life in radical ways. Rest in peace to Bill Bedell, Tyler Bushmiller, and Paul Lee. I miss you all so much.

Also to everyone else that I have lost under similar circumstances, but did not directly influence the creation of this song. Far from forgotten. Cody Botten, Berkely Repp, Josh Fisher, Don and Jean Shultz, Kirk Lewis, and oh so many more. Thank you all, for everything.




Verse 1:
Somber melodies have brought me here,
And ones of hope have been unable
To lift me from this low

I think I'm alone,
The streets became wide,
And I'm stuck under this water, under this tide

Chorus:
Loneliness tastes like metal in my mouth,
And I constantly try to wash it out,
Ever since your one way ticket to the fields I don't know
I've grown a bit older, but it's colder below

Verse 2:
Little did I know
That your presence everyday
Quietly meant everything

The day you were lost,
I learned the evils of Earth,
Fairness was a thing of our dreams

Chorus:
Loneliness tastes like metal in my mouth,
And I constantly try to wash it out,
Ever since your one way ticket to the fields I don't know
I've grown a bit older, But it's colder below

To say I miss you, To say that I missed a lot
To Say I miss you, To say that I missed a lot

(My opportunity slipped through my hands, like grains of sand)

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released August 4, 2014

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Track Name: The View Down Here
Verse 1:
Somber melodies have brought me here,
And ones of hope have been unable
To lift me from this low

I think I'm alone,
The streets became wide,
And I'm stuck under this water, under this tide

Chorus:
Loneliness tastes like metal in my mouth,
And I constantly try to wash it out,
Ever since your one way ticket to the fields I don't know
I've grown a bit older, but it's colder below

Verse 2:
Little did I know
That your presence everyday
Quietly meant everything

The day you were lost,
I learned the evils of Earth,
Fairness was a thing of our dreams

Chorus:
Loneliness tastes like metal in my mouth,
And I constantly try to wash it out,
Ever since your one way ticket to the fields I don't know
I've grown a bit older, But it's colder below

To say I miss you, To say that I missed a lot
To Say I miss you, To say that I missed a lot

(My opportunity slipped through my hands, like grains of sand)