Oblivion Song

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Track 3 of 10, "Heart of the Order" 2015 all rights reserved.

lyrics

it’s probably not an asteroid
it’s probably not a falling building
it’s probably pretty average
the way we finally cash it in
there’s gonna be a last day
gonna be a last late morning
and maybe it’ll take all day
to make itself more obvious

and maybe it ain’t half bad
as everybody likes to wonder
maybe it’s as average as an empty stadium
or maybe it’s remarkable
like drifting in the deep black ether
then maybe you’re the meteor
that’s tearing through somebody else’s sky

and that’s all right, that’s all right
'cause i came this far on my way alone
all on my own, all on my own,
and i know i’ll go out the same again
all on my own, all on my own

credits

from Heart of the Order, released January 29, 2015
WILL WESTON- guitars, vocals
ANTHONY PETROCCHI- drums, percussion
ERIK STROM- guitars
CYRIL GUIRAUD- tenor sax
ROBERT KENNEDY- organ
BRANDON JACKSON- trumpet, flugelhorn
DAN MANIAN- bass

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Will Weston San Francisco, California

Will Weston and his band are a consortium of seven musicians based in the SF Bay Area concerned primarily with hoot owls and producing upbeat, funky, catchy rock music. On the verge of releasing his second full-length album titled "Heart of the Order," Weston & Co. are playing a string of high energy shows around the Bay Area and beyond. ... more

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