Secret Passage

Secret Passage

facebook twitter
Rock - General | Staten Island, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 878   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

Profile    Songs    Albums    Photos    Playlists    Bios    Connections    Endorsements   

Sign up for Broadjam today to follow Secret Passage, and be notified when they upload new stuff or update their news!

Plays: 47
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 29
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 43
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 95
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 61
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 53
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 60
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 94
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 96
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 119
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 109
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Buy $0.99 Mp3 Download
Plays: 72
Play Song
Add To Playlist
Plays:

61

Story Behind the Song

Joe's Words: This is our "ecological anthem"; the second verse is about the Exxon Valdez oil spill disaster. The lyrics are mostly Notch's; I changed a few lines around a bit in rehearsal. This one took a long time to record and mix; there are a lot of su

Lyrics

Burn the trees like my father did
Raise my crops and feed my kid
All I need is some fertile land
To plant my seed, when my field turns into sand

(Chorus):
And I see the End of Eden, but still you don?t believe it
Maybe one day we will see just what it is we?re trying to be
A way to keep what once there was:
A place called paradise
Birds and trees and starry nights
It?s such a simple right

Starry night, lead us through the sound
Fell asleep, that?s when we ran aground
Hull is breached, oil pours from the crack
By morning light the water turns to black

And I recall there was a time
When the skies were filled, and the seas were bright
Golden sun, the meadows softly hum
Eagles filled the skies of a planet so alive
But in the way of nature?s law
The summer?s warmth gives way to fall
Winter wind, blowing with decay
All await for the spring to rise someday

(Repeat Chorus)

Song Length
5:23
Genre
Rock - General
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Pollution

Lyric Credits John Yannacci
Music Credits Joe Cogan / Ron Selznick / John Yannacci
Producer Credits Dan Skye & Secret Passage