169 King Street (Farlers Fury)

from by Jon Creeden

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I see a shallow depth of field and sepia tones
a funeral procession and an empty home
there's a town along the river where I come from
with a wealth of history that's all but gone

A church bell rings and for a moment I am lost
until the passing of a crow swiftly steals my thoughts
they say the days are getting longer but the sun hangs low
and the howling winter wind has never felt so damn cold

I see a looming revolution in a time of need
but there's a sinking sense of failure in every word I read
the times they are a changin' but they won't change me
I find a vital sense of purpose in community

They say the days are getting longer but the sun hangs low
and the howling winter wind has never felt so damn cold

I will stand my Ground on the front lines
without a doubt in my mind I'm on the losing side
but these four walls are no worse for the wear
so i will go to my grave knowing I was there

I see a looming revolution in a time of need
but there's a sinking sense of failure in every word I read
the times they are a changin' but they won't change me
I find a vital sense of purpose in community

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from Farler's Fury Jon Creeden Split, released September 29, 2014
Recorded by Frank (Farler's Fury) In Montreal QC
Mixed and Mastered by Luc Boivin at Studio Red Tube
in St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, QC

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Jon Creeden Ottawa, Ontario

Split LP Out Oct.29/2016
black, and very limited yellow
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