Burning Blood (feat. The Black Lodge Girls)

by Diamond Field & the Black Lodge Girls Single

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about

Originally released as part of "The Next Peak Vol. III - Twin Peaks Tribute" compilation album released 2/17/15 on Retro Promenade.

The song was inspired by 'A Real Indication' by Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch from the "Fire Walk With Me" soundtrack.

Lyrics: Havana Chase
Music: Diamond Field
Jazzi Marzcat: Spoken Word
Lucy Black: Sung Vocals
The Saxophone Warrior: Saxophone
Programming, arrangement, instruments, mixing: Andy Diamond, Diamond Field
Mastereing: Dave Hedin
Cover Art: Andrew B. White

lyrics

Jumping down these stairs,
the ground is growing up.
I’m getting close to hell now,
red carpets burning blood.
The fever keeps me going,
keeps me turning from my friends,
and I know right at the bottom
that is where the party ends.

I tried another holiday -
thought I’d see a different sun,
thought something might well happen,
thought I’d get to meet someone.
So I dragged my body over
to the place where lovers meet.
I saw the people paying,
not much love was on the street.
But I ate my disco biscuits
and I drank my morning gin,
got up late to watch the dancing,
saw the barmen coming in.
I always drink my cocktails slowly
and I suck the lemon skin.

Lost on a pleasure island,
and I can’t recall the name -
something about the pirates
that had come across from Spain -
I walked the cocaine beaches,
as the sun beat down too hot,
where an old man sold me oranges
and a rich man bought a yacht.
Shadows from the fruit trees
grew longer as I went.
sStarted having memories
of where I was before:
jumping down those stairs,
the floorboards growing up.
I’m getting close to hell now,
red carpets burning blood.

credits

released February 17, 2015
©2015 Luca Discs

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