Diane, this is the final work from our One Eyed Jack’s Open Mic Show residency and I can tell you that the four of us in the band have gotten remarkably close throughout the recording of these songs. This particular song comes from all of us being in a dark place for a couple of weeks. We sort of let Stoney go off on this with a rock n roll feel, he needed to blow off steam this evening. Each one of us was also simultaneously injured during the recording of this song. Don’t ask me how, Diane, but I think we’re all connected now that we’ve been writing music together. Phillip used to finish our sentences before we started hanging out so much, now he’s even showing up with meals or snacks we had been daydreaming about. I don’t know where we’ll go from here Diane. I do know we have one album in the works without Coop and Phill but after that we have discussed going camping under the redwoods and writing songs or renting a house on an island and recording. Who knows, Diane, as for now, the future is wide open. I do know that talking into this recorder is quite addictive after one’s been doing it for more than a few days. I will have it in the mail and on it’s way back to Coop in a handful of days. Look forward to having a face to face sometime in the future Diane!! Keep The Fear!!

 

 

written by Keep The Fear
DD Danahy (piano, organ) – @darren-d-danahy
D Cooper (drums)
S Catcherye (vocals & guitar) – @stonecatcherye
P Jeffries (bass)

Garmonbozia

I’ve been down that road before
twisted, broken, tattered, sore
she has locked her eyes on me
here comes her teeth

oh, inside, we spite
we get so down for
all that we care for
despite . . .

do you believe that pain is a thing
do you believe in sorrow
do you believe that pain is a thing
do you believe in sorrow

I’ve been hunted down before
it’s hard to run when on the floor
she has lost her mind on me
I’m set to bleed

Inside we spite
we get so down for
all that we care for
despite . . .

heal your heroes & savor moments
& smile back at me
too

heal your heroes
embrace a failure
learn to like to lose
lose

do you believe that pain is a thing
do you believe in sorrow
do you believe that pain is a thing
do you believe in sorrow

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