I think I've known you once | The sky a purple gloss |
You had your quiet ways | But used to make a fuss
You're so familiar, say | Why don't you sit and stay?
I think I've known your face | You must have crossed my way
That god forsaken place | In purple and decay
Was it a summer day | Or just a game we played?
I don't know what's coming now and it's freaking me out,
Old places and faces started melting apart.
Cars explode, planes blowing up and your ship's sinking down
You'll wave and you'll scream but I'll just paddle on.
We'll break a new frontier | Get high on hopes and fears.
You fear it's way too far | I say it's just the moon
You say it's too, too soon | I say a billion years
We thought you'd die of tears | The night you drove away.
You had your throes to mend. | I think you were upset
Or something like a friend. | I think I've known you then
So very slow, so far, so very, very like You, so very like you
I seen your eyes, they're blown up back to size
Those purple days fall twice, there's fire to our ice
I might know you well, a mordant moue's your tell
It's freezing like a shock, just our kind of Hell
The morning, sea, the sky the night.
So Upper-West and skell | My red to your brown-ale | The Heights, st. Patrick's Bells
Don't turn your back on me, what did they mean by "free"?
It gets you moon to floor, but back and feeling more
It's now a you and me, thought tomorrow comes for free
A modern breach to shore, it's time for being more
(Go and shake it off, or get it all to stop, you won't get away, you know it's there to stay)
It's a bitter-sweet like beer – with too much froth and fear
Or like a perfect day – in purple and decay
I think I know your face – now don't forget your place
Don't turn your back on me – onto your phantom sea
I'm staying course to shore – and proud for feeling more)
from Good Applied to People,
released July 13, 2014
Music, lyrics and production by Adaam James Levin – Areddy
Lead: Adaam James and Noa Zilberman
Bass: Ken Goshen
Acoustic guitar: Tomer Navot
Electric guitar: Shai Saadia
Recording: Adaam James
Mix: Shai Saadia
Mastering: Andy VanDetta
Graphic design: Pavel Postovoit
Clip directed and edited by Adaam James
Clip cinematography and edited by Dor Raz