Nick's Song

from In Stereo by Alice Drinks The Kool-Aid

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Nick’s Song

Far away and long ago in a place not far from here I met a king.
I knew him when I saw him and he knew me to though I'd barely said a thing.
Well he's on to other realms now with his story and his sense of everything.
Everybody, every feeling, every everyone what ever heard his rough voice ring.

Why is there nothing more to say?

Far away and long ago in time or space don't really mean a thing.
Everybody’s all around us now and all we are is only everything.
Yesterday's tomorrow is the moment we are standing right now, so sing…
A song of tomorrow's yesterday 'fore daylight falls and night returns again.

Why is there nothing more to say?

We build the things we do, maybe a bridge, to whatever this life might bring.
He built the things he built in dreams of love and hopeful dreams of adventure they might bring.
I don't know more, I've said too much, I only knew the outer most of rings.
They say the sun's forever setting now somewhere without end,
without a tear, as morning dawns and daylight begins,
Beyond as it always has, and always will, for all eternity.

Why is there nothing more to say?
Why is there nothing?
Why is there nothing?
There’s nothing more to say.


from In Stereo, released December 24, 2014
Recorded by Stone Cutter Records Chicago, IL


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Alice Drinks The Kool-Aid Chicago, Illinois

Alice Drinks the Kool Aid is a Blues-based Chicago Indie Rock Band founded in a Park Ridge basement in 2014 as a creative outlet for three life-long musician friends. The band's original material is written and arranged by all three members in congress and draw from the deepest free jazz and the most fundamental influences in rock and blues. ... more

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