Two Ghosts

by Wayne Everett

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1.
Pick Up the Bricks
2.
The Smallest Earthquake
3.
Crazy Jean
4.
Blue Shadows
5.
The Kite
6.
Walk of Fire
7.
Goner
8.
Manpower (When All the World Is Singing)
9.
Hey Skinny
10.
03:14

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releases April 10, 2020

written, performed, recorded, and produced mostly by Wayne, except where noted, 2004–2019

mixed by Frank Lenz at La Casina in Fullerton, CA, except where noted

mastered by Chris Colbert at Numberstation, Eugene, OR

album photography and design: Terry Prine

special thanks to Sean Dixon at the legendary Henry Street Studios, Scott Wilson for the microphones, and gracious friends on two coasts

all songs © 2019 California Viking Productions (BMI). All rights reserved.

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Wayne Everett Los Angeles, California

Written and recorded over 15 years, "Two Ghosts" is the second solo album by Wayne Everett, singer of the Lassie Foundation and formerly of the Prayer Chain and Starflyer 59, among others. His first solo effort, "Kingsqueens," is available from Northern Records. ... more

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Track Name: Prisoners
Prisoners

prisoners do their time
lovers can, and I’ve done mine
if you leave it all to fate
your heroes come, but way too late

if your head’s too complicated
don’t you worry, don’t you worry
the time is on your side

prisoners do their time
lovers have, and I’ve done mine
tomorrow’s here to take
tomorrow’s here, don’t wait
now’s your time

if your head’s too complicated
don’t you worry, don’t you worry
the lights, maybe, have faded
don’t you worry, don’t you worry
time is flying by

don’t you let it fade away
don’t you fade away

prisoners do their time
yeah prisoners do their time
the time is flashing by

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