All We Are

by Xander John Scott

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Maybe it’s just not the right, time to bring this up,
But there’s a limit that’s been left behind.
More will satisfy, only for a while,
Until that appetite starts to grow.

With alarming speed, become a tragedy,
Just hold on and these thoughts might bring you back.

There will never be, a reason to rise, more than this life.
All we are, reflections of the stars, never giving up on ourselves.

Into another night, of more redeeming grace,
Until the hunter comes to set a trap.
Keep getting lost in it, on every try,
Under the influence of coming to.

With dignity, comes reality,
Get ready for these thoughts to bring you back.

There will never be, a reason to rise, more than this life.
All we are, reflections of the stars, never giving up,
Never giving up on ourselves.

Here comes our chance at last, to leave the thorns behind.
Don’t let them hitch a ride, we’re getting out of here,
In time to be reborn.

All we were, all we are, all we will be….
All we were, all we are, all we will be….

There will never be, a reason to rise, more than this life.
All we are, reflections of the stars, never giving up,
Never giving up on ourselves.

credits

released March 18, 2015
Recorded at OIART in London, ON

Alex MacLean - guitar, vocals
Alex Robillard - vocal harmonies, glockenspiel, and shaker
Jeremy Clarke - bass
Tom Probizanski - piano, drums, and strings

Engineered and mixed by: Alex Robillard, Tom Probizanksi, Jeremy Clarke, and Dan Szabo

Mastered by: Jon Tornblom from Transparent Mastering

Album cover by: Francois (www.fiverr.com/kidslikefran)

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Xander John Scott London, Ontario

There is so much potential in everything and Xander is determined to prove it with songs that show the brighter side of the story. Xander's brand of alternative pop music is influenced by the honest harmonies of Said the Whale, the subtle inconsistencies of Mother Mother and the smooth textures of Tokyo Police Club. ... more

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