Crosseyed Miles

Crosseyed Miles

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Pop - Rock | Rochester, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 15,561   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: 9/11/2019
   Sounds Like: Jack Johnson, Train

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Story Behind the Song

Someone has made a life of wronging others, and now the script has flipped, and they are reaping what they've sown!

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Excellent song! Great vocals - pitch is spot on. I really like the melody in the pre-chorus. The sound of the instrumentation is solid, and the mix is absolutely awesome. I would definitely enjoy hearing more from this band.

    - Randy Beidelschies
Lyrics

NO WAY OUT


Well, I tried to tell you what would happen,
I warned you time & time again.
But you wouldn't listen to reason & now you're here, treading water,
Drowning in your fear.



Suddenly all seems lost, the sun is gone,
Darkness shrouds the sky.
Paying the cost for all your deadly sins,
All that's left is submission.
Some call it karma, some call it consequence,
I call it a long time coming now.
No matter who you blamed, it's all goin' down,
And now there's no way out,
No way out.


You thought that you were unaccountable,
Never worried who was left behind.
But the tables have turned, and there's a new order now, taking over,
Whisperin' in your ear.


Suddenly all seems lost, the sun is gone,
Darkness shrouds the sky.
Paying the cost for all your deadly sins,
All that's left is submission.
Some call it karma, some call it consequence,
I call it a long time coming now.
No matter who you blamed, it's all goin' down,
And now there's no way out.
No way out.

Solo

(Bridge) No one hears you calling out.


Suddenly all seems lost, the sun is gone,
Darkness shrouds the sky.
Paying the cost for all your deadly sins,
All that's left is submission.
Some call it karma, some call it consequence,
I call it a long time coming now.
There's no way to burn this page, it's all goin' down,
And now there's no way out.

Song Length
3:48
Genres
Rock - Alternative, Rock - Psychedelic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Pleased

Subject Matter
Judgement, Justice

Similar Artists
Staind, Seether
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Crosseyed Miles-(Greg Polmateer)
Music Credits Adam Maxfield/Crosseyed Miles-(Greg Polmateer)
Producer Credits Mike Gladstone
Performance Credits Adam Maxfield/Crosseyed Miles-(Greg Polmateer)