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I Had To Come in from the Son
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I will let a good friend speak for me here. "Very nice instrumentation with your more mature voice. A haunting sound and lyrics, pathos for a lost certainty . . . yet the relationships remain" - Reverend Dwight Helt Can't get this anywhere else.
Single - $2.00
Rock - Progressive Rock
Charts #133 in subgenre today (peak #4)
Previous peak charts position #11
Timbre Wolf
Timbre Wolf
August 16, 2016
MP3 4.2 MB
128 kbps bitrate
4:34 minutes
Story behind the song
Melancholy won the day here. A reflection on my spiritual journey as well as the outcome. The dessert sun, Winter, Church and the Tribal Way, the sense of loss, and perseverance - each wrote a line.
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I Had to Come in From the Son © Timbre Wolf I had to come in from the Son It was too much heat and the light I thought the day had just begun But I turned around and it was night I had to come in from the cold But there was no inn for me No Frankincense, Myrrh or Gold There were no wise men to see. I've walked this road alone Tryin' to find my way I ain't found no path home (yet) But I, I guess I'll be okay I had to leave behind Some who thought that I was their's If I find the time I would tell them that I cared I've walked this road alone Tryin' to find my way I ain't found no path home (yet) But I, I guess I'll be okay
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