Daniel Ericks

Daniel Ericks

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Rock - Alternative | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,639   
Member Since: 2005
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Lyrics

Lay my skin into the grass and face the sky.
Trace a single rain drop falling to my eye.
Watched the crowd of people flee and try to hide.
Control is an illusion so I don't try.

I used to find meaning behind the rhyme.
I used to find the silver lining in the grey.
These silhouettes, they crowd my table and I'm not able to feed myself.
These cigarettes, they billow smoke that burns my breath.

Now a days it seems so hard just to wake up and to pull myself out of my bed.
My head is aching so bad.
There's no one there to listen to a word I'd have to say... like I would burden you anyway.

I used to find meaning behind the rhyme.
I used to find the silver lining in the grey.
These silhouettes, they crowd my table and I'm not able to feed myself.
These cigarettes, they billow smoke that burns my breath.

These silhouettes, they crowd my table and I'm not able to feed myself.
These cigarettes, they billow smoke that burns my breath.

Song Length
3:07
Genre
Rock - Alternative
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Daniel Liszewski
Music Credits Daniel Liszewski
Producer Credits Cliff Wallach Greenberg, Daniel Liszewski
Publisher Credits TWALIS PUBLISHING
Performance Credits Sugar in the Gas Tank