Century by eliot james and the snakes

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  • Artist: Eliot James and the Snakes
  • Title: Century
  • Genre: Rock - Hard Rock/Classic
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Fast (130-160)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/6/2011
  • Lyric themes: Self-Empowerment, Struggle Hardship, Hope, Optimism, Triumph Success, Other
  • Lyric hook: No matter where you go its alright i'm still here with you
  • Lyrics: it the end of the century And life's getting strange For some reason I can't see the cards that remain but no matter where you go I'ts alright I'm still here with you And no matter what you do it's ok the things we could do There's just degrees from me to you it's all point of view You say love is a strange disease at the end of the century But nothing that I have seen Could make me believe that But no matter where you go it's alright Im still here with you And no matter what you do it's ok the things we can do there's just degrees from me to you It's all point of view You can tell me I can't sing It's true But I mean every word I say Do you? You can tell me everything Can't you But in the end it's all the same To you and me and No matter where you go it's alright Im still here with you and no matter what you do it's ok the things we can do and no matter where we go it alright the things we can be No matter what we do it's ok theres just degrees from me to you It's all point of view At the end of the century It's all point of view And life's getting strange
  • Keywords: driving, edgy, aggressive, rock, Bass, Guitar

About Eliot James and the Snakes

eliot james and the snakes

austin, TX United States

from"All Music Guide": The guitarist James Jones of Atlanta, not to be confused with other rockers with this name from bands such as Bim Skala Bim or Pere Ubu, came to attention in the second half of the '90s with a group named the Pleasantdales. That moniker may bring to mind shaded porches, mandolins, and perhaps the lilt of a chromatic harmonica in the distance, but in reality this group was pure hard rock and ...

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