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Credit 03:42
The little ones have gone away The little ones have lost their way I'll give credit Where credit is due The reason I left I'll leave that with you I knew you'd bring me A word or a phrase Something to hold To make me afraid I've yet to learn the roads That lead us out of here That pull us on the path That save us from our sphere You promised me the world Would fall at my feet Would show me all the ropes And give me what I need No more no more Yesterday's lies Are tomorrow's truths We've run out of time And lost all the proof Believe what you hear And not what you know Your vision is wrong Your uptake too slow I remember once Somebody telling me You never lose your heart You'll never not be free But you can't drive a broken Heart too long Before it falls apart And leaves you all alone No more no more The little ones have gone away The little ones have lost their way
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Broken Skin 05:14
The flashing lights I fall in stride The silver walls Are wrecking balls I hear the echoes through the streets And I know they never last I hear the echoes through the streets You can feel them when they pass The blooming aisles A strange desire To tear your arms The blood flows on I hear the echoes through the streets It's dark inside this room It's dark inside this room And the flowers bloom away again The flowers drift away again The flowers burn away again The sun will come to heal the skin The flowers bloom away again The flowers drift away again The flowers burn away again The sun will come to heal the skin It's dark inside this room It's dark inside this room

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released February 9, 2009

music and design by Eric Radoux

photo by Andrew Seaman

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Eric Radoux Los Angeles, California

Multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer inspired by the patient, pulsing energies of the surrounding world.

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