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Where Is This - Learning To Drown mp3 track

MP3 1314 mb. | FLAC 1310 mb. | WMA 1677 mb.

Performer: Where Is This
Title: Learning To Drown
Released: 2013
Style: Noise
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: XM MP1 AC3 AA AU MP3 RA

Tracklist

1 The Midday Sun 2:08
2 Counting The Lengths 1:51
3 Towards The Horizon 1:24
4 Deep Water Blackout 6:38
5 Learning To Drown 5:16
6 Float 5:18

Credits

  • Photography By – Grégory Henrion

Notes

Released in an edition of 15 copies.

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The Queen is silent and alone He built her a prison that he calls home Dreams at night are crude and cold, as love grows old. The King is gathering all his men Reverted back to sword from pen A genius lie but it drowned in cries. So - a stranger comes to town With a promise of salvation For those about to drown. Smile while you carry on You know that the thrill is gone You smile until the light goes down It's the nature of the game Rising banners on navy skylines. Each and every day gets colder No remorse for drowning souls He is just a King who lost his marbles & his mind

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