VERSE 1 (Swamburger):
As if we existed committed to the appeal of your mental note and reaction to a group submitting a question... "Who are you?" But, the answer was predicted too. You're the one whose gonna help me relay the news, that we the people, gathered to be living proof towards a value that will be discovered soon. The second album, "No More Heroes," introduces doom, as if you chose to live a life of gloom, despair, and regret... forgetting the outcome, while, in come depression. I'm guessing at this stage, a fourth wall was built to keep reality at a distance and overlook guilt. But, the guilt settled to reproduce a revolution. The motherland made a decision based off of truth, then, the value became a commodity searched by the youth... And that's cool, yet, the youth never got direction on how to be a leader, but, a clone to a fool. That's a cue. For those who know what to do, show your face every time you hear the song, cause to be real whenever you get cats in the frontline that don't move a muscle to feel you, something's wrong. But, we don't need an army, we need some free thinkers, a threat to the system, not a bunch of cheap drinkers. Believe a group exists to speak upon the movement happening, playing the role to break down the future past again.
Wall, wall, wall,
Break down to you,
How will it feel when you’ve gone?
How will it feel when you’ve gone the distance?
VERSE 2 (Alexandrah):
Morning light reaches my eyes.
To wake could take all my dreamscapes away,
Right at the start of my day.
And I cannot hide.
Like an audience in plain view,
I know you see through
The scenery of music from a greedy place.
We offer space,
And I softly rise.
I probably speak a little bit more than I used to. I’m comfortable... I’m a little more comfortable with what I have to say than I used to be.
from The 4th Wall (part 2),
released January 11, 2014
(A. Brooks/A. Sarton/T. Combs/G. Valencia, Jr.)
Additional Drum Programming & Percussive Elements: Beef Wellington
Guitar: Sean Kantrowitz
Cuts: DJ SPS
Additional Vocals: Tonya Combs