Scenes Of The Tourist

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releases January 13, 2017

Written by Kyle Wall
Produced and Mixed by Shane O'Hara
Mastered by Josh Bonati

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Track Name: Blue Lewis
He knows what's going on, how I've been blue.
Now his heart is underground,
But I've been true to you
In this season of foolish remedies, I'm screwed,
And I know you're losing time to lure me in.

Had a dream in black and white, where were you?
Now old Donnie's settled down,
And I'm back out the way I blew in,
As the winter rolls us to sin,
I don't want to be an etching in blue,
And you are never going to see the world for me,
It's full of daydreams and sunshine and haze.

But I am done now.
Track Name: Breeze (Since I Was Born)
I came to my senses and came to your door,
But I can't trust my senses anymore.
I tried to be fair but you never did care,
And I'm fairly sure my role's outgrown me.
So if I have to die and you ask me why,
I'm beaming, these clouds won't spit on my eye anymore.

I'd love to go quietly into the wild,
But I can't go quietly anywhere.
I'd die to be under palm trees,
How the orange breeze would soothe my mind.
And if I should float down and you saw me around,
Darling I'd bleed to bend down on my knee

But I lost the ring and I can't sing the blues
The way this world showed me how.
So it's now that I'll slip out,
It's only been hours since I was born.