"Shadowcasting" as written by Wes Miles, Alexandra Nicole Lawn, Mathieu Jordan Santos, Milo A Bonacci and Rebecca Alexandra Zeller....
How long will you listen?
Something about the way she calls
I was alone for what I felt that night
Come on, say you were
Sarah's never much for reason
But it's no fair to leave
If the coal is in the ground
Why don't we dig it up like a bull hound?

Oh, hope that I don't see you anymore
I won't

How high will you leave us
Something about the way you call
I worry for the public
I know you feign, you do
Vapor fires on horizon
And the shadow of control
Well if the coal is in the ground
She'll just dig it up like a bull hound

Oh I know, oh I do
Only need
What I want

I own you, oh I do
Only need
What I want

Oh, hope that I don't see you anymore
I won't
Oh, hope that I won't see you anymore
I won't

I only need, oh I do
Only need
What I want

Oh, hope that I don't see you anymore
I won't
Oh, hope that I won't see you anymore
I won't


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"Shadowcasting" as written by Mathieu Jordan Santos Alexandra Nicole Lawn

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    General CommentI really like this song. Surprised no comments yet.

    To me it's rather abstract, but seems like this guy is out of some sort of relationship with a determined and aggressive woman. He's rather happy, it seems, too.

    "I know you feign, you do
    Vapor fired on the horizon
    And the shadow of control"

    I think they're about her faking the aggressive, just to feel in control. She is focused on the future, and is being active.. but perhaps isn't truly like that.

    But again, Wes does say that he doesn't focus on lyrics as much. In the CD movie, he says he doesn't interpret lyrics well, so for him they're secondary. I really like it, and it works well. The words just sounds good with the music. Happen to be a fun read, too.
    ScuffleShuffleon August 31, 2010   Link
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    General Comment"Sarah's never much for reason" should be "Oh, sorrow's never much for reason"
    Dystopia7on February 29, 2012   Link

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