People Can You Hear Me? - The After Midnight Collection 1999 - 2009

by Eddy Dyer - The Walking Shoe Revival - The Reagan Babies

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"People Can You Hear Me? - The After Midnight Collection 1999-2009
selections from;
"Butterfly Medicine" (2001)
"Eddy Dyer And The Walking Shoe Revival" (2004)
"The Reagan Babies; Resistance Is All We Got"(2004)
'Teardrops Made Of Melted Crayon" (2007)
Tracks 1,3,11 and 18 previously unreleased

produced by Jeff Hall and Eddy Dyer
cover art by Che Arrajj

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released October 31, 2013

produced by Jeff Hall and Eddy Dyer
cover art by Che Arrajj

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Eddy Dyer Lowell, Massachusetts

"This is amazing music" - Kramer (Shimmy Disc)

Lowell, Massachusetts songsmith Eddy Dyer has just released “Love Is At The Heart Of This Thing, Right?”, which stands to confirm Dyer’s reputation as an edgy, unpredictable artist, skating effortlessly between genre and sub-genre as the song at hand necessitates.

Dyer is also half of The Droimlins, Celtic Gypsy Punk
www.thedroimlins.bandcamp.com
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Track Name: Eddy Dyer - Far Away Love Song
Sighing at the seagull's side
ocean leaves me nowhere to hide;
breezing through the bright blue beyond
is my far away love song.

Standing where stone statues stood
like the history books we left in the woods
dropping with the dark at the dawn
is my far away love song.

Speaking through the sleeping walls;
wondering if you're listening at all?
Lingering long after you're gone
is my far away love song.
Track Name: The Reagan Babies - The Puppets And The Pigeons
Well the FBI was stalking the bushes that were blocking
the gateway to the new Pentagon
and the puppets and the pigeons and birds of all religions
prayed and poured their blood on it's lawn

and the Nazi flying saucers and scandals out of Chaucer
hid well the crime from all watching eyes
but then, cutting through the veil, the Tibetan monks prevailed
and the light let out a wail of surprise
through the skies

(chorus)
but something's still missing and should you care to listen
then you'll hear the kids asking why
do the secret operators and sacred space invaders
inflate their hollow heads with a lie
and the interns disappear like a movie star's career
and the king is clad in only the sky
so am I

See him selling you his soul but there's nothing but a hole
and it's colder than the space between stars
just one look into his eyes in a mirror made of ice
melts, revealing who we all really are
how bizarre ~

And the lawyers all were lynching, the oilmen were flinching
when Magdalene would mention their names
and the puppets and the pigeons and birds of all religions
burned their faith and flew through the flames
just the same

(chorus)
But something's still missing and should you care to listen
well then you'll hear the kids asking why
do the secret operators and sacred space invaders
inflate their hollow heads with a lie
and the interns disappear like a movie star's career
and the king is clad in only the sky
so am I




Eddy Dyer/Sean Donahue
Track Name: The Walking Shoe Revival - Who's Stirring Now? (But For Me And The Alien?)
Clockworks and harmonies hide
in the sidewalks and voices
outside
we hear
the currents flow with short hello's

The lights on her face start to fall
when you mention the matter
at all
we hear
are hollow highs and long goodbyes

And who's stirring now
but for me and the alien
who scans the sky
for the lighthouse, shining?

Her song sails you far from the shore
calling you to ever
more
and more
the wires hum with what's to come;

Half-tunes, mosaic, resound
calling you to where
the ground
is moving;
in secret sights you find the light

And who's stirring now
but for me and the alien
who scans the sky
for the lighthouse, shining?

Who's stirring now
but for me and the alien
who scans the sky
for the lighthouse, shining?
Track Name: The Walking Shoe Revival - Through The Backyard Breeze
Eddy Dyer/Chris Drozdic
based on "Backyard Breeze" by Faith Benedetti and Barbara "BAM" Messana