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Niagara Falls

by C3

Odd pop:Seattle-based acoustic progressive folk.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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Album Notes
Niagara Falls: the fourth single release from the new CD / Book, C3: Motion Study. This is a new version of a song that also appears on Steve Ball Sketch Box, CD2: Song Sketches. This time, Ivan Lee's flowing acoustic guitar has been augmented with Nathan Grigg's flowing lydian piano part and Stevie Adamek's driving drums.

Nathan Grigg: flowing piano
Ivan Lee: flowing guitar, bvox
Steve Ball: support guitar, glass guitar, vox
Paul O'Rear: bass, bvox
Stevie Adamek: drums

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I was a drop of Niagara Falls
a mouse among wild animals
you were a lion, I was a slow soft snail
you were a pit bull, I was your wagging tail
you were Teen Spirit, I was a system sound
you were the circus, I was a dancing clown

I was a photon inside your sun
a grain of glycerin inside your gun
pulling the trigger, wait for the film to start
sound growing bigger, a murmur inside my heart
set this in motion, cut to the seven sins
cue the explosion, bring in the violins

dangling carrots, three million reasons why
money inherits, weaknesses amplify
tell me what's missing if cash cannot fill the hole
if at the beginning somebody moves the goal

the team was right but the timing wrong
turned moving up into moving on
now you're a character in a song
the punch is short but the line is long


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