Power On

by Cement Season

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released March 20, 2014

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Cement Season Portland, Oregon

With experienced multi-instrumentalist Shawn Zapata, imposing bassist Andy Grover, and hard-hitting young drummer Carl LaRue, this four piece is like a meteor shower in drop A tuning, at once intricate and heavy.

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Track Name: Intro to Theater
I’m falling for a Joan of Arch
Enraptured in her holy war
Whose silver armor holds her more
Gently than I ever could

A million stars have joined us here
To oversee our rendezvous
Vicarious Experience
The angels sing and covet you

They’ll weigh the sins of mortal men
Against a life of suffering
I’ll damn myself when I reveal
The way in which you make me feel

I’m falling for a Joan of Arch
A casualty of modern love
Whose silver armor holds her more
Gently than I ever could
Track Name: Monster Wizard
You thought how nice it’s be to live in the city
You’ve never seen it though the backs of my eyes
We live here safe inside the Garden of Eden
They whisper secrets though the holes in the sky

It drives me out of my mind
I’m gonna run to catch it

I’m breathing fire through the eyes of the devil
A thousand light-years from the safety of heaven
We have arrived at indisputable truth
I’m drinking water from the fountain of you

It drives me out of my mind
I’m gonna run to catch it
It drives me out of my mind
It drives me out of mind

*GUITAR SOLO*

Oh yeah- hundred twenty-five beats per minute
That’s how fast my heart beats when I feel you in it
I can barely stay attached to my soul
Give me one reason not to play rock ‘n roll

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*BREAKDOWN*

A dark obsession’s runnin ‘round in my mind
It’s always there no matter how hard I try
Let’s though some gas on it to make it look right
Let’s through some gas on it to make it burn bright

Let’s throw some gas on it to make it burn brighter
Let’s throw some gas on it to make it burn brighter
Let’s throw some gas on it to make it burn brighter
Let’s throw some gas on it to make it burn bright--

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