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Lone Kodiak | Pt. I

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Pt. I

by Lone Kodiak

Everything else was just a warm up. Produced by Math Bishop (Killers, Snow Patrol), Lone Kodiak presents "PT. I," featuring the driving, energetic "MNTNSD," the anthemic pop ballad "Blank Stares," and the darker, reflective "Candles."
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. MNTNSD
4:17 album only
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2. Blank Stares
3:34 album only
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3. Candles
3:32 album only
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Album Notes
"PT. I"
Produced by Math Bishop
Written and performed by Lone Kodiak
Additional vocals by Kate Copeland
Additional guitars, keyboards, and programming by Math Biship
Mixed and engineered by Math Bishop
Mastered by Alex Gordon at Abbey Road Studios
Cover photo by Sterling Reed

Lone Kodiak is:
Dainéal Parker (vocals, guitars, keyboards)
Daniel Alden (bass, backing vocals)
Andrew Smith (drums, programming, backing vocals)

"MNTNSD"
Hanging on to every word like I was Jesus come again to Earth
Breaking up the ties that hold you down, that keep the weight on your shoulders
In one single moment, everything changed
Confused by your fortune, you went your own way

I will push these thoughts aside
I will learn to see through your eyes
I will throw my father's ideas right down the mountainside

Hey, I think I found my soul
It was way up high in the Alpine snow
Hey, I think I found some hope
It was way up high on the mountainside

Lost beneath the ashes of the town that you and I both grew up in
Are treasures from the life we shared, remembrances of how it was back then
In one single moment, everything changed
Confused by your fortune, you went your own way

I will push these thoughts aside
I will learn to see through your eyes
I will throw my father's ideas right down the mountainside

Hey, I think I found my soul
It was way up high in the Alpine snow
Hey, I think I found some hope
It was way up high on the mountainside

Lyrics by Dainéal Parker

"Blank Stares"
Out in the sunlight I got my pale skin burned
She soothes me with the aloes on her fingertips
And when I feel like it's the end for me
She sings to me my favorite song

(Tell me again about when we met) I hate the thought of losing you
(Sing me that song so I don't forget) It aches in my bones
It hurts me like you do
Keep my eyes on the prize; caution to the wind
Feet to the fire; hands on your hips
Lips to the water; shit I will forget
But I will remember you

Out on the water I trade my legs away
She lures me under with the promise of the deep
And when I hear the surface call to me
She breathes new life into my lungs

(Tell me again about when we met) I hate the thought of losing you
(Sing me that song so I don't forget) It aches in my bones
It hurts me like you do
Keep my eyes on the prize; caution to the wind
Feet to the fire; hands on your hips
Lips to the water; shit I will forget
But I will remember you

And if I see you in the desert again
Rolling in the moonlight with you and your friends
I promise I will try a little harder than I did
(Those blank stares)
Yeah, if I see you in the desert again
Moon coming up over lifelong friends
I promise I will try a little harder than I did
(Those blank stares)

Lyrics by Dainéal Parker

"Candles"
I was gonna follow you wherever you go
But I'll just leave you alone
Thought about singing that song you like
But I can't hold the notes; I can't hold the notes

I was gonna burn those candles tonight
It's not your birthday, I know
I was gonna pay for your flight back home
But it's expensive as hell

Finally, you got what you wanted
You got what you wanted, finally

You were gonna carry me when I was out of work
You were gonna help me along
You were gonna bury me in Springfield, MO
With my family ...

Finally, you got what you wanted
You got what you wanted, finally

So we raise candles in the air for a while
Put candles on the street where you fell
Candles on the window sill
For now

Lyrics by Dainéal Parker and Andrew Smith

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