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Wondering How You Live?


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Chris Boros

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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This one is a couple years old. Some parts I really dig. But I'm iffy on others. I have ideas what this song might be about, but I'm not certain on that either.
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Wondering how you live? Taking time away. Breaking substance down.
Always on display.

Now there is hope. It is overdue. Taking what you know.
How do you like the view?

Forcing days to end. Trying to be free. Walking away in pain.
Who would you rather be?

Nobody knows your ways. They don’t seem to care. You are something else.
Time to make that dare.

But what do you know?

I am living proof. There is dying here. Dancing it all away.
Throwing out the you.

Faking is not for fools. Taking the truth to tears. Praying for only you.
Never mind the fears.

But what do you know?

We know time. We know strength. We know courage. We know bold.
We know freedom. We know power. We know signs.
He know you. We know me. We know sex. We know trees.
We know death. We know fire. We know lines.

Sitting across from time. Only seems to be. Endings without cause.
Offering the plea.

Dying just yesterday. It was fun at first. Now I wish I stayed.
But I left in the hearse.

But what do you know?

Death, walk, fire.
Wondering how you live?
Force, take, need.
Living without a sin.
Damage, break, feel.
Hearing the 14th chime.
Meet, shine, light.
Feeling these thoughts of mine.

But what do you know?

We know taking. We know substance. We know needing. We know crime.
We know darkness. We know systems. We know cold.
We know being. We know conscious. We know lighting. We know pride.
We know judgement. We know concepts. We know gold.
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Comments: 5
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Plays: 55
Downloads: 133
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Uploaded: Aug 06, 2005 - 08:15:44 PM
Last Updated: Aug 06, 2005 - 07:07:48 PM Last Played: Apr 11, 2019 - 07:48:28 PM
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Kulturbeutel said 5064 days ago (August 8th, 2005)
Well, ehrm!
I don`t like it. It`s boring and the sounds are aweful. Sorry, but ...
Check out my latest song called Partly Me
holyparsnip said 5064 days ago (August 8th, 2005)
Work


Really like the vocals. It's a Bizzarro song. This could easily be a bad tecno or death metal song. It's not. It's low fi future indie metal. Is different, which is great Mr Boros
Check out my latest song called Democracy Despotism Scale (collab)
Chris Boros said 5064 days ago (August 8th, 2005)
Work
Low-Fi-Future-Indie-Metal......I like that.
Check out my latest song called Sunless Sun - 2013
TobinMueller said 4664 days ago (September 12th, 2006)
Metal prog folk
This is a great song. I wish you could get more depth to your sound.
Your vocals all sound so phased out, its like you rerecorded them on a
cassette player a few times. I can really hear this one done by a whole
band. ANy plans to do that? And replace the synth with organ or
something with more edgy human strength. Metal folk. Very cool.

Check out my latest song called Momentary Undertow
TobinMueller said 4664 days ago (September 12th, 2006)
Metal prog folk
This is a great song. I wish you could get more depth to your sound.
Your vocals all sound so phased out, its like you rerecorded them on a
cassette player a few times. I can really hear this one done by a whole
band. ANy plans to do that? And replace the synth with organ or
something with more edgy human strength. Metal folk. Very cool.

Check out my latest song called Momentary Undertow
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Genre Info
Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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