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Psalm 83
I just happened upon this band today and am loving the old school heavy metal sound mixed with some doom elements. Incredible stuff, really. And the Christendom-themed lyrics definitely help.

Russ Conway The Harry Lime Theme

CAN’T WIN, CAN’T PLACE, CAN’T SHOW
Words and music by Paul Westmoreland



1. My life’s been all clouded over with the awful luck I’ve had.
I have turned into a rover ‘cause things have been so bad.

Life is nothin’ but a great long race and I’m a-runnin’ slow.
Can’t win, can’t place, can’t show.

CHORUS: Can’t win (Can’t win); got me shoved against the rail.
Can’t place (Can’t place); tryin’ hard but bound to fail.

Can’t show (Can’t show); hard luck’s with me; that I know.
Can’t win, can’t place, can’t show.

2. When a bad start made me stumble, all my friends they took the lead.
It has caused my dreams to tumble; my hopes have gone to seed.

It’s no use to bet on me ‘cause I won’t finish in the dough.
Can’t win, can’t place, can’t show. CHORUS

3. Lots of heel-dust I’ve been breathin’ as in life’s hard race I run.
I ain’t never made no money; ain’t never had no fun.
When I leave this here old earth I know where I am bound to go.
Can’t win, can’t place, can’t show. CHORUS


I find the clips from the video incredibly ironic, all things considered.
A day late but for St Paddy's Day...

Kenny Rogers is "The Greatest"

I've been on a dark ambient binge this week. Which is just excellent for reading. This is one of my favorite artists I've come across.

I love this album.  Great for anyone who likes prog and/or neoclassical metal:



This one has some crusade references. I don't know if that means anything:


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Baroque Rock
MacArthur Park 
Richard Harris
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