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110 or 220V - Live

from Paradiso in the Moonlight by Ken Stringfellow

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I could never know you and I never really want to
Is what love says to me
Pull some faces from a jar and spread ‘em on your outline
Until you have ceased to be
Reality is subject to cancellations

Well whoever said I would be free
I created myself and volunteered for the Confederacy
I lost all the faith I had in the battle of New Orleans
Our country died drowned in its sleep

Everybody thinks they are a lover and a fighter
A kind of spaceship hero

Well I was still leaning on that lie
If they caught me again I know they’d sentence me so I could never die, but

Now the deals have all been struck and the prizes they’re all claimed up
There’s nothing left worth staking
Put your hands into the darkness and draw out from your psyche
The model of modern efficiency
At 110 or 220V
And I hope there’s something you still want to see

In Me

In Me

In Me

I hope there’s something you still want to see

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from Paradiso in the Moonlight, released May 5, 2014

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Ken Stringfellow Seattle, Washington

A fixture on the music landscape, indie and otherwise, since the debut of his band The Posies in 1988, Ken Stringfellow has over thirty-five years of experience as a performer, composer, producer, arranger, programmer and more. In addition to his eight albums with the Posies and four solo albums, Ken spent a decade touring and recording with R.E.M and 17 years with Memphis cult band Big Star. ... more

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