Street Lights, Warsaw, 2016
Recorded in Serakos Studio
Mix & mastering by Derek Leisy and Brad Boatright at AudioSiege
Photo by Michał Matraszek, Karolina Zięba, Gniewko Matraszek
Lettering by Paweł Szczepaniak | Composition by Amadeusz Mierzwa
I brought you fire to enlight the night
I brought you hope and swallowed my pride
I bent my knees to higher you up
I bent my knees to equal you to gods
What have you done to me?!
You chained me to rock and sentenced to be forever damned
How can i feel now if you turn your back on me
Humiliation and doubts
You fed my anger with your lies
Left to die but I cannot die.
I regret the fire
I regret my fight
I regret the hope i gave you
I feel pity for myself.
Let the vultures tear me.
Track Name: Apocalypse now
All gone, the world's no more
Are you satisfied?
Fuck all you know and fuck your life
Your lies will burn with you and so will I
My precious time is just past time
This is the end
This is apocalypse
I feel the flames I feel the hate I feel the greed
Ashes to ashes and dust to dust
Self fulifing prophecy
What can I sacrafice If i gave you all that i ever had?
I can give nothing less and nothing more than my life.
Track Name: Powerless
No longer a human
No longer a man
Im just an animal locked down in a cage
Wounded and confused
With no place to run
Im screaming, Im shouting
But all that i do i do it for nothing
Just waiting in the darkness, just trying to breath
I loose my hope
I ve lost the point to exist.
Come and save me im begging
Come and save me im powerless.
Track Name: Here/Now
Beat-up little seagull
On a marble stair
Tryin' to find the ocean
Hard times in the city
In a hard town by the sea
Ain't nowhere to run to
There ain't nothin' here for free
Hooker on the corner
Waiting for a train
Drunk lying on the sidewalk
Sleeping in the rain
And the people hide their faces
And they hide their eyes
'Cause the city's dyin'
And they don't know why
Live out in the country
Where the mountain's high
Never gonna come back here
Till the day I die
originally written and performed as Baltimore by Nina Simone