4 Way Split

by Book Of Caverns

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released June 25, 2011

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Track Name: Marial Bai
I walked till the feet bled
I wished this desert would swallow me whole
Born in the fire, born of this war
born to stomp roads onto the horizons
let me become part of the sand, part of teh air

If I could save, I would stay
I could stay, I would save

Dirt and dust and blood and hate
Fed on the carrion, fed on the scraps
I once found god in this flame
but he left this place long ago

If I could save, I would stay
If I could stay, I would save

God bless the vulture king.
God bless the carrion prince.

I would build a million miles of wall to keep your hate out
and I would build a million homes for you to burn them down

I will not drown I will not stay I will never be
the scraps in the belly of the sand
but the river runs deep but I will swim, but the river deep
Track Name: Champion City
Trudge on, see through the grit of winter
See to the glare of summer
Boundless drive, Endless drives, we all wished that we had
And you'll learn more about your life
behind those loudspeakers, behind those dashboards,
than those classroom walls.
We've all had these days.
My friends once said
"steady on the plough, steady on the wheel"
Those words engraved on my heart,
entrenched in my mind
spilling out of me.
You will travel every road...
and they all lead back to this champion city.

this is a song for the beautiful vagrants.
this is a song for the wage slave students
writing history books and basements.
please come home

this is a song for the beautiful vagrants.
this is a song for the wage slave students
writing history books and basements.
please come home

Please come home