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Savior's Hands - Live

from Paradiso in the Moonlight by Ken Stringfellow

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My attempts to liberate the Symbionese from your head
Were pathetic at best I should know and leave well enough all alone
But dammit it looked good there for a minute I was someone else
But then I undressed and I found I wasn't going back to you, I
Could have had a major scene beat the majors at their games
But then they all up and died leaving civil war enactments
Looking rather tired and fat
If not that's depressing then what is?
A bunch of guys who were in bands
Rattling their sabers for their savior's hands

I was somebody too
I was nobody true

But don't hold it against me
Don't hold it against me
I swear by god I swear I'll still come thru
One way or another

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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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