what we whisper what we shout

by All-Night Visitors

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What We Whisper What We Shout

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released December 12, 2015

Walker Rose - vocals. guitar. keys.
James Norman - drums. percussion
Jason Aragon - bass
Stucky Jackson - guitar

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Track Name: Transmutation of the Madman and the Monk
There was no time when I knew not the hunger of the flame. I loved you so. I could not leave you alone. oh, no.
There was no day when my shadow didn't look at me so farouche. I knew a thing or two about a thing or two. Oh yes, I knew.
The transmutation of the madman and the monk--it will take you away if you should live again someday.
It caught your eye--the spark that led to the undoing. It loved me all too much. It burned up what I touched. Yeah, it all turned to dust.
They say they knew the man--the pixilated vagabond. He shined his light on you. He was just passing through into the blue.
Track Name: Trapdoor Sky
I thought I would just walk right in, turn your pretty little head around. Thought we could get to know each other just like they did in the good book. You could read your tarot cards, all your sings in the stars too. Must think you're some kind of gypsy. Is it true?
All the angels gathered in the back, they're talking about what they cannot understand.
They're driving away all of our good company with their heads held high in an alternate reality. I saw you standing there with your finger on the trigger. Was it as guilty as the gun? Were you right about them all? Everyone one?
All the angles gathered around again. They're talking about what they cannot comprehend. They're driving away all of good company with their heads held high in a trapdoor sky.
So it goes... we got away. So it goes... we made it out okay.
Track Name: Poor Thing
She saw you holding on to nothing at all. She tried, but she could not break your fall. By the low water's edge she'll lay you down slow. She tried, but she could not save your soul.

But you went on. You were just looking for some money to burn. You were insane and she was in love. Poor thing. Poor thing. You were too fragile for his hand to handle. You were indescribably yet undeniably beyond.

From one sinking ship to the next you will learn to swim. You'll escape to solitude your oldest friend.

Poor thing, you were just looking for another heart to break. You were insane and he was in love. Poor Thing.

From one sinking ship to the next you will learn to swim. You'll escape to solitude your oldest friend.
Track Name: Long Gone
Maybe it wasn't your fault you were crazy, but still we couldn't have you around. The last time I saw you you were walking around on the boulevard in the heart of town. We told you not to come back after that evening, don't come around anymore if you value you're well being. Cause you were a long long way from home. Get back to where you're from. Cause you were long gone.

Maybe it was your own fault you were crazy but still we couldn't have you around. The last time we left you you were walking around with your two feet planted on the ground this side of the moon, cause you know that it won't save you now. You had to find a better way anyhow. Cause you were a long, long way from home. Trying to get back to where you're from. Cause you were long gone.

Standing beside the interstate I was thumbing for a ride. A good Christian woman picked me up by the roadside. I sat shotgun as she talked all about Jesus. She said, you may not know it now, son, but he loves to pieces. And I was a long, long way from home. Trying to get back to where I cam from. Cause I knew that I was long gone.