Simpson-Mancine Productions

Simpson-Mancine Productions

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Rock - General | Western, Maine, United States
Total Song Plays: 459   
Member Since: 2020
   Last Login: 3/7/2021

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Very good piece with a really strong message and very intelligent lyrics. At times, it puts you to mind of U2. Very well instrumented and produced.

    - MGB

I love the sparse intro. Strong lead vocalist who really sells the song with conviction. Good use of backing vocals which are used just in the right places. Great lyrics which have a poetic quality. The musicianship is spot on. Great drum sound and performance. Excellent sound quality. Catchy song. Shades of U2 about the song.

    - David James

They don't even know what day it is.
Clocks are running down some dreams.
What would be the consequence,
If they never cared again?

They can fight for the wrong sides,
The world still turns, despite their mistake.
And the error of their pride,
Shows in the choices that they make.

One wrong doesn't give them rights,
Any more than the truth is kind.
It's awful hard to see the light,
Through a door that you can't find.

Do you hear the people sing,
Marching through their "happy place"?
Fooled ourselves that freedom rings.
Check the color of your face.

There's blood in the streets,
There's more on our hands.
There's a price to pay for not taking a stand
What did we lose
Just to gain nothing at all?

Orange isn't the new anything.
It has been here all along.
Hiding among sinners as saints
With no concept of "wrong".

While they argue about their flags,
We're just trying to move along,
From those tired, wretched rags
And all the hatred they spawn

Now we all carry the weight,
Of a meager state of mind.
Maybe we should all suffer the fate
Of the souls we've left behind

They may say they have the right
To see truth any way they want
Well, maybe humans aren't their kind.
Maybe they never really belonged.

So march with your feet,
But ready your hands.
For those who would erase your line in the sand.
We must do more - than just hope
Someday they fall.

Associated Videos

Video - Line in the Sand - Jason Mancine (Lyric Video)
Line in the Sand - Jason Mancine (Lyric Video)

This is a lyric video for my song "Line in the Sand", a recent #1 in both Maine and Male Fan categories, and #10 in Rock.

Song Length
Rock - General, Rock - General
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Civil Rights, Race/Ethnicity


Lyric Credits Jason Mancine
Music Credits Jason Mancine
Producer Credits Jason Mancine
Publisher Credits Sween Machine Publishing (ASCAP)
Performance Credits Jason Mancine w/Rhys Simpson