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Impossible Canyon
Lyrics
Impossible Canyon
©Fred Israel

Impossible Canyon terrain is dry n
dust is flyin high winds are heard
blowin in the distance
psychodrama arena
all we wanna have is a good time
but all we end up doin is
hangin onto cliffs
wastin precious heartbeats
Impossible Canyon can we settle here
or will we ever escape?
(Chorus)
Lay your body down under your shine
Let the fire burn laying a shrine to our senses
that's the best place to land
when your head's on my heart
and my heart's in your hands
Talk to me tell me who I am
go head and run yur fingers
thru every grain of sand
caught between a stone and a hard rock
do you say goodbye and wish me
a lot a luck or do you know who we are?
Are we wishin on some kind o' star
from down here across the divide
from the depths of Impossible Canyon

lay your head on my shoulder
slide into the groove you dug before
while I lean against
your slightly open door
we're on the brink but I don't think
I can get up off the floor
Impossible Canyon can we settle here
winds of change are drawing near
river's high lips are parting wide
you can hear the avalanche begin to slide
and I don't know if I should go
cause I got know place to hide.
(Chorus)
Big skies| true Lies
a pair of dice in| paradice
Big skies| true blue Lies
a pair of dice in| paradice
Big skies two blue lives
a pair of dice in| paradice
Impossible Canyon can we settle here
winds of change are drawing near
the rain is fallen i've been callin
your name is heard reelin in the distance.







Description
Short Song Description:
haunting ballad techno with rock/big drums section as bridge
Story Behind the Song:
The great canyon that most early American western-bound settlers were afraid to cross for fear of not surviving......here in the context of a doomed relationship
Credits
Lyric Credits: Fred Israel
Music Credits: Fred Israel
Label Credits: etherealmaterial.com
Metadata
Song Length: 5:06
Primary Genre: Pop-Alternative
Secondary Genre: Rock-Alternative
Tempo / Feel: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Frustration
Subject Matter 2: Dysfunctional Relations
Mood 1: Heartbreaking
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later
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