At the End of a Century

by Mister Mudd

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released June 10, 2016

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Mister Mudd Los Angeles, California

Folk music centers around the core of real human emotion. Influenced by folk legends Mister Mudd finds the middle ground between raw rough vocals fitting an overall beautiful tone with lyrics that speaks directly to the heart. Born and raised in Los Angeles Mister Mudd crafted an original sound befitting to his immediate surroundings. ... more

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Track Name: Heart Worm
Well, I don't care what happens to me
I know I'll save myself eventually
Burden by the weight of the water
I'm driven by the sea
Burrowed in like the deepest of heart worms
And there I lie and dream.
Why should I care what happens to me?
Why should i care if its outside of me?
Track Name: Arrows
Well, I don't feel anything at all
When I look at all the paintings on the wall
Nor do I feel the way you feel when you're singing
I'm listening to the way you start to talk
The whistling of the arrows say it all
They say that everything we've ever done
Is wrong

But if I
Invoke a change
I know that I
Will lose face
And how.

I'm loosing all my friends one by one
I've scattered them into the sun
and oh, I don't want to live without them

And these new songs are going bare
and the rattling of the bones hits the air
It may take me from Cancun to Michigan
But I'll find you

And if I
Invoke a change
I know that I
Will lose face
And how.
Track Name: Bootstraps (Keeping on)
You win some
And you lose some
But you keep on keeping on
You're tired of all this movement
But you'll soon rest in the light of the sun

And very little light that shines on
I'll feel it in my heart
And every little light that shines on
I feel it in my heart

And I feel it, oh.