Moundbuilders, Come Home

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lyrics

old, this scene
you’re still
I step on you
amend – complex society
fences, no gates
why is no one here?
ascend – survive, be viable

quite the feat
shades of – what for?
hail to all
slaves and workers
moundbuilders
come home
(fear)
the trench they dug to advance
scarred the land
made a ridge
the fields they scorched to advance
no king was spared
no prince intact
all concubines
fouled like the wells
poisoned like the water
fouled like the wells
taken like our daughters

offend – calm and serene

quite the feat
shades of – what for?
hail to all
slaves and workers
out of reach
what do we save?
bereft of soul
where we lay
moundbuilders, come home
don’t fear
don’t fear
don’t fear

credits

from Damage Control Damage, released January 31, 2013
Mr. Henry - electric guitar, mixing
Andrea Cajelli - drums, mixing
Alan Perini - double bass

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