• Artist: William Mallory
  • Title: Down The Sink
  • Genre: Rock - Alternative Rock, Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Aggressive/Edgy, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 7/26/2010
  • Lyric themes: Truth Honesty, Release Needing Freedom, Restless, Anger Hatred, Uncertainty Questioning, Fighting Arguing
  • Lyrics: Ah, Ah Am I losing the battle, are you winning the war Did I just get a trophie for the last one through the door Did I lose my head in the playground When did I forget to blink? The price you pay for a dream oh these days While the rest goes down the sink Am I a rocket scientist with one foot in the grave Am I the only one in this Cathedral that’s not getting saved Did I lose my head in the cubbard When did I forget to blink? The price you pay for a dream oh these days While the rest goes down the sink Oh rip ‘em out, they’re not worth using Spit ‘em out, oh use them for dice Oh tear ‘em out, they’re so used to losing I made up my mind with Crayons and Colorforms This price of mud and water Bottled up and displayed Won’t take light of this New World Order I do it anyway Did I lose my head in the attic When did I forget to blink? The price you pay for a dream oh these days While the rest goes down the sink Oh rip ‘em out, they’re not worth using Tear ‘em out, oh use them for dice Rip ‘em out, they’re so used to losing I made up my mind with Crayons and Colorforms Crayons and Colorforms
  • Keywords: strong, punching, aggressive, rock, Bass, Building, Crunchy, Guitar, Youth, punchy
  • Ending type: End Sustain, Build

About William Mallory

William studied Piano and Song-writing for 30 years, writing his first song "Don't Make Me Die" at the age of twelve, after seeing the TIME magazine cover story of the Jonestown Massacre. He grew up in bands earning professional wages by the time he was 15 years old, playing high school dances and public concerts. William attended Berklee College of Music for a year, he also spent two years studying Film at William Paterson University ...

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