Crowds of the City

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lyrics

Crooked lines run across the dotted landscape
A traveling man gets lost along the way
The roadmap can never reveal
The faces of a town or the way that it feels
All you get is just a name

Out in the crowds of the city
Is where you have found you’re all alone

A blade of grass makes it’s way through the pavement
A single voice tries to get into the light
The concrete connecting us all
Would crumble to the ground if the grasses were tall
But they’re covered up and out of sight

Out in the crowds of the city
Is where you have found that you’re

CHORUS:
All alone making your way down the open road
No one knows just where it’s going
But there aint no slowing down
You’re all alone making your way down the open road
No one knows just where it’s going
But you’ve already gone


A stranger’s eyes look away when you walk by
Expressionless as if you were never there
The sidewalk is populated with ghosts
They’re haunting their own lives and the ones they love most
By never speaking of despair

Out in the crowds of the city
Is where you have found that you’re

CHORUS:
All alone making your way down the open road
No one knows just where it’s going
But there aint not slowing down
You’re all alone making your way down the open road
No one knows just where it’s going
But you’ve already gone

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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tags: rock 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 The mellower acoustic sound of the band’s earlier work has been replaced by louder guitars, harder hitting drums, and a broader sonic pallette.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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