Alison Rice

Alison Rice

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Folk - Country | Portland, Oregon, United States
Total Song Plays: 262   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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I used to be a big man, I held my life in my own hands
A greater force to guide me on, a clearer voice to give me song
I used to see for miles around, beneath my feet lay sacred ground
But now my feet can?t take me home, a concrete path I?m bound to roam

There is a river I used to run, a greater force to guide me home
But now I can?t get past the dam, and it was built by a big man

A thousand years I have stood tall, and what I give is good to all
But now I hear the steel tooth cry, my generation all will die

Can you see the big, big man, he?s got the whole world in his hands
And you can tell he?s on a bad path, his higher power loves a blood bath
A blood bath, a blood bath

Song Length
2:13
Genres
Folk - Rural, Folk - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male/Female
Moods
Outraged, Troubled

Subject Matter
Protest, Liberal, Progressive

Similar Artists
Lucinda Williams, Bob Dylan
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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