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Ross Street Volume III

by Stuporhero

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Kiss Car 02:50
Moving slowly through neighborhoods familiar lights illuminate the night Stealthily searching strangers who meet on common ground reluctantly Entering delicate luck voyage And he’s making his move soon before he’s lost his nerve Almost weary blow me away You will shine with me You might not see me here but I’ll be around You will shine with me Don’t look so sad ‘cause I’ll be around And arrows went through hearts as the same record plays again Entering delicate luck voyage Almost weary blow me away
Explode desire out the window in this tireless place Would you savor memories through the open beauty Enormous bitter paradise We sold those in the fall slipped down into sadness haunting desperate persistence Wake to brightness unusual and empty from what we did Enormous bitter paradise He used to think there was room to move in crowded places Imagine what he did before that picture stole another moment Enormous bitter paradise
Light the home fires and send the signals high Appease the weathermen weary with gifts so they may rest The intoxication of liberty and liquor Stir the glowing embers awake and feel their heat And they arrive just in time Just in time to feed themselves You can try to run and you can try to hide Bee magnet barbecue Play a constant battle of musical chairs To the buzzing drone that’s hanging in the air And when the evening colors begin to fade Let’s raise our cups and toast a new beginning Through the early morning haze Of fermented meditations Rise to meet the sun And see the remnants of yesterday And they arrive just in time Just in time to feed themselves You can try to run and you can try to hide
This is gonna hurt me more than it hurts you I’m picking up what you’re putting down Do as I say and not as I do Great minds think alike It’s not you it’s me Grass is always greener on the other side Why walk when you can run Two wrongs don’t make a right Read between the lines Make love not war Easy come easy go That’s my two cents Ask and you shall receive But not if I see you first
Yak Yak 01:32
Superjet 04:02
Running out, out of everybody Waiting on one more miracle All eyes All eyes are on me Forget all you can remember Don’t let victory pass by What if It could be today She tries to hold on Hold on He cries so long So long Desperate want to know the future Crystal ball full of yesterday Clear skies Might be on the way Believe lost in the shuffle again Fifty two pick up where we began All eyes All eyes are on me Goodbye Superjet Don’t cry Superjet You know we’ll come again soon
Wires crossed a million thoughts exploding the bubble pops The words appear to come stumbling out all around you Their heads keep spinning around And you keep falling down Add it into the machine Through the screen the picture’s coming in waves and I’m drowning Make believe reality’s so disturbing but I’m still watching Their heads keep spinning around And you keep falling down Add it into the machine Trembling the world’s too heavy to carry and I’m slipping Wrap your arms tight around me and listen golden evening
Fathoms 03:19
Under the layers into the deep dark blue The illusion of you floating serene Drift away Imagine still beneath The immense dream plummeting Descending to the depths in a silent scream Lifelines can’t reach through the emptiness Breathe in the last cold embrace Drift away Imagine still beneath
Fields of alar coating the skin Poisoning it’s only to make you feel better Perfect shiny life under glass Look beneath it’s rotten right down to the core Rainbow metallic sky Airplane shadows fade through the mist Say goodbye it’s only to make me feel better


released June 18, 2013

Ross Street Volume III was written and performed by Stuporhero. Recorded at Earth to Emma Studios summer of 2008 through summer of 2009 by Chad Yenney & Will Troy. Mixed by Chad Yenney except "Make Love, Not War" & "Apple & the Worm" mixed by Kevin Suggs. Mastered by Chad Yenney.


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