by Jon Turner

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I finally heard We can hear the words We can believe in Have you heard Can you hear the words Have you heard the words We can believe in? Have you heard Something to believe in?
Rays 03:19
Rays Coming close are sharp In the dark Won’t defend you Coming fast Sharp Rays Coming fast are sharp They won’t defend you In the dark Rays Coming fast Are sharp They won’t defend you
Conversation 04:38
I can’t count the times We’ve had this conversation Going out of my mind With all the complications I keep asking you The exact same questions But hearing your reply Just lowers expectations We can’t keep having this conversation The wireless sea Is just too much distance Could I be closer Just in this instance? To help you decide Or for your protection A path through the mines Making a connection We can’t keep having this conversation
Sudden 04:40
What brings you here? So sudden Dream your dreams Sing your song Is that why you come?
At Rest 06:34
Don’t blame me You know I’ll never take the blame Don’t frame me I’m never in the frame
Perfect 04:24
Returning to the place I couldn’t find your face You’re running in the race We couldn’t win We never tried It wouldn’t hold water I never said That it ought to But maybe could Maybe it could Have been different Been lighter Been quieter Been enough of a thing That we’d have to relent Have to invent A new reality A new device A new place Perfect
Old 06:44
I’m looking out But I can only see the window And in the glass My reflection growing so cold I know there’s more I remember seeing through you It seemed to matter then But maybe I was just a fool We’re growing old Things that mattered then Seem nothing more than grains of sand The benefit of time Seems like an overplayed hand There’s a shadow coming close Look there, I think it saw me If I can look away Then maybe it will ignore me We’re growing old
Leaders 03:43
I couldn’t take the drink And I’ll wish that I’m not there How are you doing? We have troubles of our own And the boat’s not going Where it’s supposed to go But we’ll take care of you Drive you down the road The waves too high The wind too low Not sure if we’ll make it We might overblow Where we go is easy enough We don’t need to burden you with stuff There’s a truth waiting here We just need to conquer our fear And I don’t follow leaders We can believe in
Future 04:18
You just made a pillow In the snow So lie you head down In the cold And let me guide you While I hold Your dreams above you I just saw our future Growing old Trying to explain Why we failed But that’s not the future That’s right niow And they’re waiting for our answers So maybe I’ll just join you In the dark Our heads are buried In the past It’s not our problem That we left No future for them


released March 9, 2019


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Jon Turner Bradford On Avon, UK

I've produced a shedload of music over the years.

Formerly writer/singer/keyboard player of The 20th Century F*xes,The Wounded Popes and Master Master.
Latterly several albums as FeNN, 4.Chil4, Beat SuspecT, and under my own name, all of which I release under the Expecting Silence umbrellla
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