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She's sketching a smile
she's happy sometime
when walking home

her dreams and fears
both lost in the horizon

the past catching up
but she's leaning to allow
and leave behind

memories, like sand,
they sink you as you escape them

And I start to be afraid all the sun
wouldn't be enough to dry
all she has to sweat

what the needle has brought in
its obvious the time wouldn't heal
but you can be naked under the rain
or shelter somewhere

she's now all one with the shadows
with whom she's painting her thoughts
with back and with grey
as if yellow and white had something wrong

Save yourself
don't let rivers of endless fear
drag yourself like rag
get yourself away from here

have you seen how all the guilt and the dreadful
is set to spread
what you blame is what you'll become
so you'd better warn yourself

She dreams every night
a thousands of lives...
all those she can't live

and the only she could
it's tough and it's real
so she can't….deal

she wakes up and makes up
the man from the dreams
so that he can't leave

since dad is not there
she's gathering all breath
in one single scream


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.
“Come Naked” is the band's first musical experiment. Follow them here:
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