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There used to be a time when I saw you in black in white
And our life felt like us against the mountain
The two shades in my mind were just a fraction of what my eyes
Gazed upon, just a puddle beside a fountain
With each passing day I find another shade of grey
Present itself within your composition
As the sharp lines start to fade the crystal image turns to haze
And my heart moves from thoughts to intuition

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We keep turning around, getting lost and then we get found
Then break down and start the turning all again
In the colorful daze you find inside the spinning maze
Black and white shows you where to begin
‘Cause everything turns black and white when it ends


I sat next to a man who had a barstool and a plan
For breaking out and leaving us all behind him
The cracked lines of his hands reveal the passage of the sand
Through the hourglass. Will his moment ever find him?
Looking in his eyes I saw that he still had some fight left inside
But he was stuck up on the sidelines
And in those eyes were mine, after thirty more years of time
Have passed me by, will I know what I am trying to find?

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There used to be a time when I saw you in black in white
And our life felt like us against the mountain
The two shades in my mind were just a fraction of what my eyes
Gazed upon, just a puddle beside a fountain

CHORUS:

credits

from The Map Is Not The Territory, released March 3, 2009
Brad Zeffren – Vocals, Guitars
Derek Pulvino – Guitars
Nathan Spicer – Keyboards
Ben Obee – Bass, backing Vocals
Moises Padilla – Drums

Produced, Recorded, and Mixed by Brad Zeffren
Assistant Engineering by Nick Nanry and Brett Hutchinson
Recorded at Chroma Sound
Mixed at ElectroKitty Recording Studio
Mastered by Ed Brooks at RFI CD Mastering
Made in Seattle

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Hurricane Chaser Seattle, Washington

Hurricane Chaser returns in 2012 with Sapphires, the Seattle based band’s ambitious second full length release. Eighteen months in the making, this new release sees the band realizing the potential it had shown on 2009‘s The Map Is Not The Territory. The mellower acoustic sound of the band’s earlier work has been replaced by louder guitars, harder hitting drums, and a broader sonic pallette. ... more

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