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Sunrise Ocean Bender

from Whirlaway by Tadpoles

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Nothing to believe in

Nothing worth seeing

It's ok

The dunes are frozen

Throw rocks in the ocean

The waves are astounding

The heart keeps on pounding

It's ok

Your arms are golden

Your sunlights are broken

When night is falling

You hear me calling
Can you tell me how to see

Can you tell me how to look

I can't find my way inside

I haven't read the book

It's ok

The sunrise ocean bender

The sunrise ocean bender


from Whirlaway, released August 1, 1999
From the 1999 Bakery Records/Camera Obscura Records CD "Whirlaway" 

Produced by Tadpoles
Recorded at Ampreon Recorder, Youngstown, Ohio by Pete Drivere; Mixed by Gene Holder at Jolly Roger Studio, Hoboken, NJ

Todd Parker - Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards
Nick Kramer - Guitar
David Max - Bass
Adam Boyette - Drums

©1999 Parker, BMI


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Tadpoles Hoboken, New Jersey

Tadpoles, based in Hoboken, NJ, disbanded in 2000 after releasing 4 critically acclaimed studio albums, 1 live album and 1 E.P. all on their own Bakery Records label (except for their last studio album, Whirlaway, which was released on Australia's Camera Obscura Records.) The group was formed by vocalist/guitarist, Todd Parker and original drummer, Michael Kite Audino in New York City in 1990. ... more

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