Neil C.Saye | Dead Men's Shoes

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Dead Men's Shoes

by Neil C.Saye

Dead Men's Shoes is a comment on the current conflict in Afghanistan. A haunting opening chant blends into a straight marching tempo pop/rock song - ALL ARTIST'S PROFITS FROM THIS SONG WILL BE DONATED TO THE CHARITY 'HELP FOR HEROES'
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Neil Saye is an English rock/acoustic Singer/songwriter whose broad influences, from the driving rock of the Springsteen inspired 'Ballad of Jack & Susie', through the gentle Lovers Rock of 'You're The One' to the Simply Red style of 'Thank You' can be heard on the cd album - Karmicanics (Edit) - a collection of twelve accessible songs taken from Karmicanics Vols. 1 & 2, NOW available to buy @ Amazon & iTunes through CDBaby. Individual tracks can also be downloaded. Dead Men's Shoes is a comment on the current conflicts in Afghanistan - all artist's profits from this song will be donated to the charity 'HELP FOR HEROES'

Dead Men’s Shoes

Sun on the horizon, blood on the news
Nothing is surprising when there’s nothing to lose
Brothers, mothers, sisters never calling a truce
Walk into the future in a dead man’s shoes

Dead man’s shoes……………

Walking through the valley with my God by my side
I can feel a shadow but there’s nowhere to hide
Souls who went before me, with me every stride
Following their footsteps to my own suicide


Ill wind blowing through this land
Dust thrown in our eyes
Signs that we don’t understand
Veil the truth with lies

Heaven has a forfeit, into hell we descend
Any price is worth it – it’s a means to an end
Every kind of danger, it’s so hard to defend
All you see is anger and the shoes of dead men

Dead men’s shoes……………

Desperation of the dead
Comes as no surprise
Freedom, Justice, Peace led
Right between the eyes

Words and Music © Neil C.Saye 2006



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