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Turning the Page

from Hear the City by Casey Stratton



Waiting for gravity to take hold
Corner of West 4th street and my soul
This is a frequency I know
Watching the people come and go

This is where it began so long ago
How could I know how much would change though?
But it all did

Signed my name and entered a dream
Built up a world from dust and sand
Gave it all of me
But nothing looked like it should have in the end

Turned the page and went off the map
I was so surprised by the final act
So I buried my head in that fateful sand
And the tiger laid down to rest
And turned his attention to healing the wounds

So say you understand
And take me back to where I belong
And say there is a way
A dawning day
Another song


from Hear the City, released February 4, 2011


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Formerly signed to Sony Classical, Casey Stratton has experienced the corporate side of music in full force. His 2004 album "Standing at the Edge" received high critical praise from the likes of Billboard, People and USA Today. His song "House of Jupiter" reached #1 on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart. Now independent, Casey has released 28 albums and much, much more. ... more

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