"Love, Laura and the Bomb"

by Luke Mitchem

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released 05 October 2010

The Endless Spirits Band :

Bill Carey - Drums, Bass, Organ, Harmonica, Vocals
Pat Carey - Mandolin, Bass, Harmonica, Vocals
Bevin Foley - Fiddle, Viola, Vocals
Stacie Fredrich - Piano, Vocals
Luke Mitchem - Guitar, Vocals

Recorded in June 2010 @ Over the Mountain Recording Studios by Brian Madden, Littleton, Colorado.

Mastered by Maor Appelbaum @ Maor Appelbaum Mastering; California.

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Track Name: Under the World
"... she set out to sea, 'wild eyes' and free,
with fire in her forest eyes,
she looked up at me, it was plain to see,
that fear was losing the fight,

she left the pacific, the passages were indifferent,
to circle the edge of the world,
and oceans like mountains, and skies imperfections,
she listened to the minor chords,

cos under the world,
sails a girl,
looking to be set free,

no corners, no danger, a swelling silent anger,
she pushed on through the degrees,
no family, no friends, no beginnings or ends,
she could see everything,

and the pirates would riot at such a pretty sight,
as the whales echoed her to sleep,
in the great blue ocean, too many emotions,
for her, to keep up with the beat,

cos under the world,
sails a girl,
looking for some kind of peace,

as the waters rose higher, she turned into a fighter,
punching for every last inch,
and when it was over, she looked over her shoulder,
the waves had been dismissed,

and she turned towards the north, a change to major chords,
the mariner soon did see,
the brights in my eyes and the stars in the night,
would lead her back to me,

cos under the world,
sails a girl,
holding on to the last dream,

and fight as she might, she will lumber and dive,
to hold on to her dream,
at the edge of the world, she circled and twirled,
dancing on top of the sea,

when the silence had died, the fear in her eyes,
she looked up to see me,

cos under the world,
sails a girl,
drifting in to eternity,

cos under the world,
sails a girl,
forever in my dreams,
forever in the sea......"