Acrylic

Story Behind The Song

Musically this song existed several months before September 11, 2001. Basically, I wanted to write a killer song one day so I prayed and asked Jimmi (Hendrix) if he would help me out and a minute later I was playing the awesome chords to the verse sectio

Song Description

The song provides an emotive description of what I was feeling on September 11, 2001. It also invites those who would view the U.S. as an unjust regime to take a look at its people, unwrapping the acrylic we have been packaged into by the rest of the wor

Song Length 3:55 Genre Rock - Progressive Rock, Rock - Indie/Low-Fi
Tempo Slow (71 - 90) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Moving, Outraged Subject Encouragement, Judgement
Language English Era 2000 and later

Lyrics

Acrylic


It could take a lifetime in the right mind to sing a sad, sad song
While it only takes a moment for something to go wrong...deadly wrong
And it?s not enough to notice, not enough to care.
If you never put your arms out, in truth you?ll never share.
So beware, if you hold that face it?ll freeze and you?ll stare...forever.

?Cause you don?t see through:
I can?t believe it.
Won?t you come see through the acrylic?

You can break a disc into pieces but the pieces still belong.
A stereo plastic will be missed but in the end we?ll provide the song.

?Cause you don?t see through:
I can?t believe it.
Won?t you come see through the acrylic?

And you don?t see, won?t breathe, can?t bleed.
Won?t you come and free me from the acrylic?

Lyrics John M. Suprock Music John M. Suprock
Producer John M. Suprock Performance John M. Suprock (Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards), Rennie Grant (Guitars), Jay Turner (Bass), Cliff Darrow (Drums)
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