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I'm in love with the wind in the tunnels
Maybe that's why I spend so much time there
still I wait for the silence to surrender a sign
and I wait for your signal there.

The dust of dragons and vultures surrounds me
still they can't hold a candle to my cool (:Dl)
when I send a shiver down your scaley spine
you'll be reminded that life can be cruel.

Tonight I drove to the place I last saw you
and I waited for some distant bell to ring
then there you were on the other side of the dance floor
doing your own bad thing.

I'm in love with the wind in the tunnels
so I stay in the central air;
still I wait for the silence to surrender a sign
and I wait for your signal there.

Sat at the roof that you drove your car off of
before you floated away on some thought balloon;
when my rhythm is one-way, tangled, sick, narrow lines
I'm disinclined to remember the tune.

In every face in the crowd I'm looking for you
but every trace has dissolved and fallen from me now
then there you are on the other side of the dance floor
bleeding some sacred cow.

I'm in love with the wind in the tunnels
so I stay in the central air
still I wait for the silence to surrender a sign
and I wait for your signal there;

I'm in love with extremes of emotion;
maybe that's why I spend so much time there
still I wait for the silence to surrender a sign
and I wait for your signal there.

And I wait for your signal there.

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from Love Is At The Heart Of This Thing, Right?, track released July 4, 2016
Charles B. Greenwood - drums
Eddy Dyer - lead vocals, bass guitar, synthesizers, electric and acoustic guitars

recorded and mixed by James Lindenschmidt
drums recorded at Wonka Sound by Bob Nash
mastered by Old Colony Mastering

cover art by Che Arrajj

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Eddy Dyer Lowell, Massachusetts

The old saying about New England weather is, if you don't like it, stick around because it will change. This is true of Lowell, Massachusetts songsmith Eddy Dyer's music. "Further From The Shore" reflects a body of work as prolific, unpredictable, and eccentric as Bowie, Beck or The Beatles.
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"This is amazing music" - Marc Kramer, Shimmydisc Records
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