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Howling the wind comes
as my sore guts burn
reminding me it's time to awake from a sleepless night

And I've seen all my enemies
but my hate has drained to a yawn
should I kill them before I forget why I'm here to fight?

And I don't know how long I would keep calm
just by twisting dreams to past
when it's laughing at my mistakes that's keeping me alive

I've been shooting my thoughts to the moon sight
I've been searching fears to break down
but none of this, nothing gets me fine

Then I feel like I'm slipping through time
And I'm riding all the wrong miles
And I feel I'm howling my eyes out
And lighting all the wrong signs

Backwash is cold now
as my think is moving prowl
and the night grins as tough as hell as I'm going down

And preaching the lie turned to safe path
bewildered the gaze through fraud of life
I'm standing as tough as I can
to unlearn to fight

I was walking in pools full of people
with no eyes that I could look at
Now I'm calm when I'm wrong and I'm caged when I'm doing right

And I feel like I'm slipping through time
I'm riding all the wrong miles
And I'm here to hold your fears tight
But I'm lost and I'm glooming inside

As we drip our dreams through
ceilings made of time, - it doesn't
feel like we were here now
but our shadows still spread out, - and I'm
testing memory poisons now -
I'm trenching out from sight,
I'm pissing spleen at dusk but I'm doing fine
I'm so fine…lying…dying….fine…

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from Come Naked, released October 16, 2015
Music, Lyrics and Arrangements by Francesco D'Andrea
Vocals by Walter Marini
Mix & Mastering by Francesco D'Andrea
© 2009-2015 All Rights Reserved at SESAC at Francesco D'Andrea Music Production

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Black Market Aftermath London, UK

Black Market Aftermath sprouted from the mind of Francesco D’Andrea, Film & TV Composer in the daytime, guitarist and songwriter at night, and his collaboration with Walter Marini, good architect at noon, exceptional singer at midnight, and ex roadie. “Come Naked” is their first musical experiment. The band is now looking to expand from 2 to 5 players, and to begin their first tour. ... more

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