Cold Eyes Down Lyrics. I want to lacerate her I want to lacerate her I want to suffocate her My thoughts are my feelings are I want to decorate her I wan to vindicate her I want to just be like her My thoughts are my feelings are I want to simplify her I want to celebrate her I want to masturbate like her I want to. lacerate her I want to lacerate her I want to suffer like her My thoughts are my feelings are. I'm so wrong you led me on Tried so long you failed my song. Silence and you Silence and you Try the light and you'll find Silence and you Silence and you. Try.
The Coral Sea is a California-based indie rock band. Their music is atmospheric and ambient. Their songs have been used on American TV shows Grey's Anatomy, Sleeper Cell and Californication. Their song "Yesterday, Tomorrow" was used at the end of the series pilot for Standoff. The five-piece band was formed in 2004 by lead singer and songwriter Rey Villalobos. Their self-produced first album Volcano and Heart was released in 2006
The Coral Sea album Firelight. Listen to the songs from album Firelight.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Red Clover Records (catalog number RCD003). This album was released in 2008 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album.
The Coral Sea new album Firelight is a jewel. It is sad, explicit, warm, ethereal, poetic and organic all at once. Rey Villalobos sweet and hard-to-classify vocals sounds exquisitely handsome. The album opener, Arizona to Barcelona, a song crafed with mixed tempo, transposing beautifully from guitar to piano is a sad, hopeful and ethereal ode to love,loneliness and hopeful redemption. It is the song that gives the album its title. The overal result is beauty.
|1||From Arizona To Barcelona||4:11|
|2||Cold Eyes Down||4:02|
|3||I Know You'll Find A Way||5:12|
|4||Ah Ah Ah||4:40|
|5||More Than You Know||4:26|
|6||I Can't Decide||3:04|
|8||Seconds Into Sound||5:01|
|9||Your Prisons Are Home||4:04|