Life Became Cathedral

by Bile Greene

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released 01 October 2007

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Bile Greene Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Bile Greene writes songs & plays music in Philadelphia. He has been lots of places & met lots of people, and these songs are probably meant to be his take on all of that. The music is all available to be downloaded for free (or you can pay what you want to), except for some unfinished items which you can listen to, but not take home. ... more

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Track Name: Giuseppe Rides the Waves
Giuseppe rides the waves, inside his bungalow dreams, walking through the streeted crowd, along the indigo bay, and the music's playing, in his head, ding dong, ding dong, ding dong.
Track Name: convince
pale stars are just like men
maybe i am one of them
living out a starlike end

if i had a chance i'd be
a rock above the ringing sea
landscape is destiny

you think you understand
memorize the best you can
do you want me to be your man
what could convince me

can't relax in this constant light
neon hammers every night
the future is much too bright
what could protect me

look around you'll be surprised
streets are paved with bricks of lies
our steps fall like lullabies

your suspicion flows like wine
bleeding like a valentine
embossed with hearts and twine
meant to impress me

full bright and body bare
leaning out into the air
all i can do is stare
who would caress me

if i ever go away
i wouldn't have a lot to say
make a meal of my pride someday
who could digest me

i lost you in a singing crowd
voices shining much too proud
my love to you still somehow
Track Name: Someday,
Someday, the world will carry on without me here to say,
"I'd like to come along. It's such a lovely day."

One day, the days all disappear, your time runs out at last,
No longer to be here; you're only in the past.

People believe in kingdom come. I don't know what they mean.
The end times never come; it's always in between.