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Sitting at a red light, looking both ways, though it's clear, the fear don't let me move.
Dear God I miss the fast life. Don't it feel like a past life.
Every day you wake up on the wrong side, only proves to me that it's wrong,
I promise to be home by, early morning on time, give the cat a bone,
I know you slept alone... and that's wrong.
you can call on me, you can call on me, you can call on me, you can call.
For anything at all. You know I love to get involved.
You can fall on me, you can fall on me, we can fall in love and push it till it falls.
Anything at all. All you gotta do is call.
Ain't it better when it hurts. Familiar like the first time you ever felt the worst.
They were pulling at your shirt. They were tugging at your skirt.
Took a woman full of worth, down to earth, and buried all her trust.
Now you drift through this life, trying to find a meaning.
Looking left looking right, higher than the ceiling,
and you wonder if those demons, from that ever evil evening,
even think of you or maybe give a fuck.
Got your fists clenched till your knuckles white, don't you love your lucky life?
Brother I'm so humbled, just to find that you were under strife.
Tried to give you good advice, always fell up on the knife,
just to show you what was right and wrong.
And though I never will forget, if nothing else for our mother,
I'mma try and do my best, to keep it swept under the covers.
In the end you are my brother, so you never have to wonder,
if it's cool, for you to call.
released April 28, 2016
Written and Performed by Pause, Produced by Diar Lansky
Equal parts producer, lyricist, multi-instrumentalist and performer, Pause sounds exactly like he should for someone working in the gritty paradise of Venice Beach -- Beautiful, raw and real, with the default set to funky.