Violet Mary

Violet Mary

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Rock - Alternative | Rochester, New York, United States
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Member Since: 2013
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great guitar work. Love the way the piano starts out the song. Vocals are nice and clear and the vocalist is very good. great voice. Mix is good, and everything is clear. Could hear this in a movie soundtrack maybe. The guitar lead work is very soulful and appropriate.

    - Noble Divide

nice old fashioned organ entry, good build with the guitar, the vocal is pretty well done, this tune isn't really rock/alt, but maybe folk/rock or country/alt. like the lead guitar.

    - Warren Hein
Lyrics

V1.
The Dove with her olive branch comes,
"All's well" is the message she brings; From the ark of my safety I meet,
The tidings of far better things. The storm of contention is over
And sunlight is streaming afar, The dawn of a better day is breaking,
Dispelling the sorrows of war.

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Then let us cross over the river,
And rest 'neath the shade of the trees, The sad struggle now is over,
And Peace brings us quiet and ease.

V2.
No more shall deluge of sorrow,
O'erwhelm us with tears like a flood; For the land that could rule us forever,
Averts the shedding of blood. O shame on the one who shall open
The wounds that are healing at last, Bringing sorrow anew to my doorstep, Through sins that are over and past. (Chorus

V3. The fruits of the past are accepted,
The trial, that cross'd us is done-- My house is no longer divided--
You and I are again as one. (Chorus)

Song Length
5:16
Genres
Rock - Alternative, Rock - Progressive Rock
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Healing, Making Up

Similar Artists
Queen, Dream Theater
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits M.Muscarella
Music Credits Violet Mary
Producer Credits Mike Muscarella
Publisher Credits Belly Of The Whale Music
Performance Credits VIolet Mary