March of Flames

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lyrics

"March of Flames"
by Joe Hayes

Charcoal smoke rising in the sky
Flames so high
Wall of fire closing in on me
I doubted myself
Doubted my energy

Drops of fear trickle down my spine
Clouds my mind
Time distorts like a fevered dream
I doubted myself
Doubted my energy

I thought the fire was bigger than me
But it's all where I place my energy

Inner voice says it's up to me
And sets me free
Doubt replaced with clarity
Believe in myself
Believe in my energy

I thought the fire was bigger than me
But it's all where I place my energy
I thought the fire was bigger than me
But it's all where I place my energy

A spark so small
Ignites a firestorm

A shadow of doubt
Darkens my resolve

A glimpse between
Our choices here make us who we are

Intentions pure, voice in my head
It gives me strength to endure

I thought the fire was bigger than me
But it's all where I place my energy
I thought the fire was bigger than me
But it's all where I place my energy

credits

from Garden of Whatever (2012), released August 1, 2012
Amy Humphrey - bass, vocals
Joe Hayes - drums
Recorded and Produced by Joe Hayes and Amy Humphrey
Mixing and Additional Production by Sylvia Massy and Rich Veltrop
Mastered by Brent Lambert at The Kitchen Mastering

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