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Rock - Heavy Metal | Bothell, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 40   
Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

Set against the backdrop of Turkish inspired metal riffs and doumbek and kit driven percussion. The song explores the cliche' "America, home of the free", this song dives headlong into political issues that divide and destroy the country that the artist loves. Lyrically serving as a wakeup call to the under-informed masses.

Story Behind the Song

Written amidst the 2004 Washington state Governor's election that was plagued by fraud, cover ups, and biased judges and local media. Engrossed in the Alice In Wonderland question "how deep does the rabbit hole go?"; Adriel researched and wrote an anthem against those who betrayed and to those who turned a blind eye. The song's interesting blend of heavy riffs and definite middle eastern influences, blend to create an unmistakably unique canvas upon which a wake up call is painted, "What Went Wrong?".

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Blown like a ship amongst the waves
No hope that it can be saved.
What Went Wrong?

Laws founded on truth, now fiction to our youth
no hope that it can be saved.
What Went Wrong?

Freed with the muzzle of a gun
Now enslaved with a pen.
What Went Wrong?

Not done until they tax the air we breath
I have lost faith in a vote.
What Went Wrong?

Trust Uncle Sam will give us food.
No hope unless we face
What Went Wrong.

Their lies have pushed us into the ground,
No faith in their control.
What Went Wrong Wrong?
Went Wrong.

Song Length
Rock - Hard Rock, Rock - Heavy Metal
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Heated, Aggressive

Subject Matter
Revolution, Protest

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Lyric Credits Adriel O'Dell
Music Credits Adriel O'Dell
Performance Credits Adriel O'Dell; Guitars and Vocals, Jeremy Lightfoot; Bass, Mike stone; Drums