360

from Ramble by Steve Folk

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I'm always awake when they turn the street lights off so I use it as a sign to go walking through the fields.

Rolling hills of every green, and sheets of dew with a silver sheen, caused by the golden rays of sunlight through the purple sodden clouds. And there's nobody here but me and I can really feel and see, why anybody would believe there was a god.

And every season has a scene, and everybody has a dream, but there's no need for aspirations when surrounded by creations. And there's nobody here but me and I can really feel and see, why anybody would believe there was a god.

Take a walk away from man,
Abolish every kind of plan you have and find yourself a hill, then do a 360, let your senses grow, up here there's only time to kill.

And when the sunshine says goodbye, gives way to prussian coloured sky, that is the moment when our hearts become as fragile as a cup, without a thought for why it is, you're spirit falls a little bit, that is the power of the tower that is named the universe.

And when our world comes to an end, maybe an if, and not a when, they'll be a space in space left open where our globe once had it's home. But if and when it ever comes, let's celebrate what we've become and look around our greenish planet with a mighty sense of ore. And there's nobody here but me and I can really feel and see, why anybody would believe there was a god.

Take a walk away from man,
Abolish every kind of plan you have and find yourself a hill, then do a 360, let your senses grow, up here there's only time to kill.

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from Ramble, released June 25, 2012
All songs written by Steve Thompson AKA Blabbermouth
Vocals and Guitar:
Steve Thompson AKA Blabbermouth
Additional Instruments/Programming:
Ian Faragher
Production and Mixing: Ian Faragher
Mastering: Air Studios
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