Eve Rantzer

Eve Rantzer

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Folk - Rock | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 255   
Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

Romance: you're fake, self-involved, one-dimensional, sodd off

Story Behind the Song

Romance: An adult lifetime spent growing the chutzpah to tell some smacked ass to his face WHY he's a smacked ass.

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A Stone from the Ashes
All words and music by Eve L. Rantzer
(P)© 2002 Rantzer Publishing/BMI, all rights reserved.

1.
If you cared -
You could have the key to the city that beats inside of me
If you dared -
You would stay the night, learn the language of fire,

Were you brave -
When you took your coat, with a trite line, a recent quote,
You're a slave -
To your limousines, and you kiss like a twopenny liar.

CHORUS

I - I - I've died in the crashes of -
Interaction on a long-term basis, the burned-out stasis,
Drowned in the flashes of love, oh oh,

I - I - I've left all the glory, the inside story
Behind young desire, hands in the fire,
Take a stone from the ashes of love.

2.
Try trust - someone genuine,
But you're late for dinner and you're out of time,
Don't touch -
You might muss your hair, you might learn the language of fire,

Play your trump - What you always use,
When the dealer's watching, you have to move,
When you jump -
Your epitaph will read "He lived like a twopenny liar."


CHORUS - 2X






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Song Length
4:16
Genre
Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Disturbed, Furious

Subject Matter
Video, Dogs

Similar Artists
The Wallflowers, Sting
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Eve Rantzer
Music Credits Eve Rantzer
Producer Credits Daoud Shaw, Eve Rantzer
Publisher Credits Rantzer Publishing/BMI
Performance Credits WXPN-FM Philadelphia
Label Credits Rantmuse Productions