Marc Corey Lee

Marc Corey Lee

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Country - Alternative | California, United States
Total Song Plays: 130   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Haunting, surf-twang production and a moody lyric about the hopelessness of our times, all set in the backdrop of a metropolis at night.

Lyrics

The night. It comes on like a dream
I turn up my collar as I head into the cold
Of the twilight's last gleaming.
There's strangers all around
A quiet desperation fills their empty eyes, another day goes down

They wait and they walk and they run
From imaginary lives
But they don't feel a thing
They're just ghosts in paradise.

I walk. "Mister can you spare a dime?"
While the lights of million dollar windows flicker in his eyes
And then forgotten dreams walk by
A baby's born tonight
Across the way two lovers kiss and from a taxi someone cries, 'goodbye'.

We wait and we walk and we run
From imaginary lives
But we don't feel a thing
We're just ghosts in paradise.

I don't know where we're going, I don't know where to call
When the cities start to crumble and the towers fall
Didn't we have it all?

I wait and I walk and I run
From my imaginary life
But I don't feel a thing
I'm just a ghost in paradise.

Song Length
3:18
Genres
Unique - Unclassified, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Incensed, Gloomy

Subject Matter
Change

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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Producer Credits Marc Corey Lee & Richard Bredice
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