Su Dios Negro

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Yellow flowers, everywhere If you live a life that's good and help your fellow man then Heaven is the place for you, you'll go there when you can Yellow flowers, everywhere I never drank no alcohol, I never smoked no week Well maybe just a little bit, but I spit out the seed I tried to be a Christian girl, and live life to God's word with peace and love and happiness I gave to all I could ... The faces of my family surround me with their love and angels with their feathered wings look down from up above ... The sweet face of my savior is just beyond my reach. The sweet face of my savior ...
2.
Take me up the road to where the sidewalks end Take me up Van Dyke, where the back roads twist and bend In your family car with a six-pack of no fear, I'll change my life tonight, where there are No City Lights The places where I've lived, there is nothing that is strange The sun will rise and set, and the patterns never change. I eat the same old shit, every time that I come here I'm swapping day for night, where there are No City Lights No City Lights I will never say, I'll never speak of this again Please don't post a note, please don't tell your friends I will be home soon, with no changes that are clear No one sees the sights, where there are No City Lights
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Junkyard Dog 02:48
There is no right or wrong,I'm a Junkyard Dog I was born with no parents Never raised by anyone, a tolerated presence The wind would howl through the cables Throughout my plastic/metal life this junkyard was my cradle I have you in my sights, and I know how to fight. There is no right or wrong, I'm a Junkyard Dog One man took an interest. He taught me there was more to life He was my very dearest He couldn't say it was shameful But he had once been one of them, he was a fallen angel I have you in my sights, and I know how to fight There is no right or wrong, I'm a Junkyard Dog Now I look down from heaven I see how very trapped they are my poor and hating bretheren Sometimes I think of my scars I didn't know I was in jail I couldn't see the bars I have you in my sights, and I know how to fight There is no right or wrong, I'm a Junkyard Dog
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Now that the lights are out Now the the sky is dark I hold you up in my hands and touch you with all of my heart Lover, Don't Say it's Over Mmm Lover, Don't Say It's Over You know in my heart, that it's true I'll always be dreaming of you Lover, Don't Say It's Over Follow you back to the room I've fallen into your arms Your spell has put me to sleep I can't resist all your charms You know in my heart, that it's true I'll always be dreaming of you Lover, Don't Say It's Over
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Su Dios Negro He knows where I live now He knows where I'm hiding He called me a sinner He's there when I driving Where are my card keys? He said I was Jezebel The streetlights protect me some maybe even from Hell The days are long gone now We'd walk down to the quad and talk about anything Sometimes about God Can't get to my parents I don't have the money The cops can't do anything He quotes Deuteronomy He drove off our old friends Amity he deplores He listens to fat old men Who tell him of Jesus the Warlord! Su Dios Negro

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Hugh Caley and Lynda Mandolyn from the 90's shoegaze band Loomer, together again!
Hugh: this album is dedicated to the women in my life

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released August 30, 2011

Hugh Caley, Lynda Mandolyn

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Su Dios Negro San Francisco, California

Electronic and Eclectic, for Adults

Hugh Caley, instruments/vocs/songs

Lynda Mandolyn, vocs, songs

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