44 Weeks one-sided Lp with original hand drawn artwork by guitarist Matthew Davis. Includes fold out lyric poster. Also includes immediate download of 7-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Just let me sleep and put it all away. I really wish that life was a dream. Track Name: Dying Like Flies. Lyrics: exerpt from "The Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad Adapted by J. Tibbetts.
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Cavé Canem by dogsholylife, released 01 February 2009 Lyrics: J. Tibbetts/D. Showalter The hand of power, men in ties pushing solutions and forcing lies. The time has come to draw lines. Which side? Fragmented, not in control. Before you were even born, your path had been worn. The master's tongue, incorrect thoughts, a wishful contrary, the allusion to truth all cast in sharp relief. Paper hands, glass feet, lead tongues don't speak. Soft brains don't think.
Forty-Four" or "44 Blues" is a blues standard whose origins have been traced back to early 1920s Louisiana. However, it was Roosevelt Sykes, who provided the lyrics and first recorded it in 1929, that helped popularize the song. Forty-Four," through numerous adaptations and recordings, remains in the blues lexicon eighty years later. The Forty-Fours," as its earlier form was sometimes referred to, was a piano-driven "barrelhouse honky-tonk blues" that was performed as an instrumental.
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The number 40 (forty) is correctly spelled forty. Fourty is a misspelling, however common. 40 (forty) is the number that follows 39 and precedes 41. Though it’s related to the number four (4), the modern spelling of 40 is forty. The older form, fourty, is treated as a misspelling today. The modern spelling could reflect a historical pronunciation change.