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from the north of Quebec
to the south of the Keys
east of New York
and west of LA

hear the thunder firey beings

a flash of light
don't look up
don't look back
feel the daze
and lay on down

lightning striking fire at night

they moved in we moved out
now we gather up the storm
fire fumes endless air
breath that pushed out the
low vibrations

seismic rumble crumbling brick
old buildings will rise new buildings will fall
old buildings will rise new buildings will fall

same old shoes step in same old shit
shattered windows the city abuse
people come and go they make feel low
where the trains are slow
you hang for a while
you look for a smile
you better roll in
you better roll out
you better roll in
you better roll out
rather stay in New York
than run to LA
where the desert awaits
and the water's low
the rattler the rattler
the rattler coils
they're up on the ridge
where they can feel it all
got the fire in the eyes
and the thunder in the ears
HEY YO!

they moved in we moved out
now we gather up the storm
fire fumes endless air
breath that pushed out the
low vibrations

we moved way out
but we're still here
gonna turn it around
the fire's alive
the fire's alive
the fire's alive

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from We Stand Tall, released June 19, 2020

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New York City-based performer, Baby Copperhead, is a banjo player & guitarist, and alchemist in electronics & oddball circuitry. WNYC calls him “the banjo visionary".

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