28 minutes of listening held within the wonderful artwork of Chris Hylton. There is a 6-page booklet that contains all the lyrics and those essential "thanks", especially to Stephen J Bennett (No Man, Henry Fool, LaHost) whose generosity with his time and skill was paramount.
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Track 4 of the ep. Lead vocal, Bedini.
Need to break out of my solitude – step out into the bitter, city night.
There’s a place down on the corner
Where they’ve got real ale, conversation, light.
Or maybe I’ll keep wandering beneath the quiet sky –
Yeah, watch those lean and hungry buildings stretching upwards
For the quiet sky.
Well I spent 25 years hanging in there, hanging on for that lucky day.
Just holding on and praying for the breaks
That never came my way.
… was that someone at my shoulder? In the corner of my eye?
I could have sworn someone was following beneath the quiet sky.
Yeah, well I am not what you take me for.
There is more to me than meets the eye.
‘cause in a world of perfect darkness
I was a fire-fly!
But now I watch ambition’s lights fade and I wonder why I even tried.
Oh, just another lost soul wandering beneath the quiet sky.
Well did you ever get the feeling someone’s watching
From the quiet sky?
released July 8, 2013
Words and music by Lorenzo Bedini