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lyrics

Tomorrow I will be a better man
Dreams of halcyon days lie in my hands
Knowing all the while you'll understand
When my feet get caught in this quicksand

I may not hurt or kill
Rely on my goodwill
But am I passing up
Some greater good?

Oh how could it remain
Good conscience with no pain
When all I've ever wanted's for myself
And will it be enough
To live for peace and love
While demons pound their fists
On foreign doors

Tomorrow I will be a better man
Say it if you please or if you can
The breaking of the dawn it has a plan
Will I follow or will I just stand?

While tales of wrong and right
Are whispered through the night
Old Aesop, is he grinning
In the morn?

Oh how could it remain
Good conscience with no pain
When all I've ever wanted's for myself
And will it be enough
To live for peace and love
While demons pound their fists
On foreign doors

Maxims I held close
Remembered in last throes
What is left to do but wait and see

Oh how could it remain
Good conscience with no pain
When all I've ever wanted's for myself
And will it be enough
To make it cross the cusp
And hear those wild voices
Call my name

credits

from Sidewalk Ecology, released August 13, 2011
Cello - Zeno Pittarelli
Drums - Ryan Berg

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