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Become What We Are

from So Low by Bill Wolford

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IF a man does know his heart \It’s easy to tell him apart
From the man so easily swayed by liars who tricks on him play
-In line and willing to pay for deception and deciet on display
The hook so thoughtlessly swallowed these words in which nothing is hollowed
-Then swinging from the left to the right no matter how much inside he fights

And the dumb get dumber
The smart get smarter
The poor get poorer
The rich get richer
We all become what we are

Harmonica full verse

Then maybe there comes a time when loosely veiled lies are a crime
But if a man does know his heart he never will lose the art
Of following instincts, bending the rules, knowing himself and not following fools

Praying for goodnes
Praying for love
looking at himself
looking above
We’ll become what we are


from So Low, released June 7, 2011


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Bill Wolford is a veteran recording artist, composer, sound designer and performer currently established in Seattle, Washington. His body of work crosses many genres from country to techno rock or from meditation music to movie soundtracks.
Recently he is recording with his band Yesod and composing cutting edge meditation music and his usual alt-folk rock.
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