McKinley

McKinley

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Folk - Rock | Portland, Oregon, United States
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Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

Spooky verses with big choruses, lots of electric guitar texture. A strange little prayer from someone who is clearly out of practice.

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Lyrics

My room gets as huge as heaven,
wide and deep as hell on the nights
I practice dying.
But I know, I know, I know
I know the pea this princess sleeps on
is a rock she won't walk away from,
knocking out a song on her spine, but I think
God's been watching. He's going to roll away
this stone of mine.

When you go, it's good to know the way.
They say you can wander for 49 days.
Sit by my bed, read the book out loud,
keep me on the road that you started me down.

I know the pea this princess sleeps on
is a rock she won't walk away from,
knocking out a song on her spine, but I think
God's been watching. He's going to roll away
this stone of mine.

Song Length
3:31
Genre
Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Drugs, Telephone

Similar Artists
Tori Amos, Sheryl Crow
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits McKinley
Music Credits McKinley
Producer Credits David Torn
Performance Credits McKinley, Matt Chamberlain, Fima Ephron, Adam Widoff, David Torn
Label Credits Gold Circle