by Daryl Waller

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Recorded on a 4-track Tascam Portastudio 414 MKII in 2008 & 2010.

Note: This EP release is in conjunction with giving blood to the NHS for the first time (date to be confirmed), My niece's life was saved by a blood transfusion last year so this is the least I can do. I apologise for not doing it sooner.


released October 20, 2013



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Track Name: You can be anything
You can be anything you want...
Track Name: Blood
My blood is moving...

History is a dirty tide line on the collar of a shirt I no longer wear.
Track Name: Steel horse shoes
Between the mountains in the valley
protected from the suns awful grace
my shameful shadow not able to crawl away from my tired feet

between your thighs I thought in green you thought in blue
together it made yellow, but the yellow was not true

I climbed the steps and watched the stars
I felt the dirt on my collar
at the decent i bathed my feet in a stream made of milk

I asked a man to give me shoes like a horse
but he misunderstood and i stopped him just before the nail went in

I modified my request and he made me some shoes with a block of steel under each

I travelled far and wide with my burden of steel guilt and question
I met a lady along the way and i told her all i knew, she took my question with her

At the end i slid down a hill, the steal sparks flying behind me

I flew past horse and carriages and women dressed in victorian clothing

At the bottom I slumped in to the curb and with a eureka moment

"It's my father, it's my father…"

That's it.