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Pomp and Circumstance

from Eating At The World by Brae



You picked yourself up from the ground
It was so unforgiving
You stumbled back into the fray
That you so selfishly made

For others that felt you would blame it
On the pomp and circumstance
That you yourself thought you could make
If it wasn’t by chance

It’s more than just, it’s more than just words

Why is it always that the ones
That have so much to share
Put themselves up on a stage
Where no one can reach them

Sometimes it’s more than just some words
Written to some music
Sometimes it’s more than what you read
Actions faster than words

It’s more than just, it’s more than just words

You see were made to live a life
Arms stretched, open handed
Forever giving of ourselves
So others may see

That there is more to life than
What it is that we need
But who we’ll be
When it comes time for restitution

©2010 ASH Music/ASCAP


from Eating At The World, track released March 5, 2010
Brandon- vocals, drums/percussion
Ben- bass
Jason- piano, keyboards
Daniel- electric guitar


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Brae Detroit, Michigan

From the throne of a drummer, to standing behind a makeshift cocktail drum kit, Brandon (Brae) Husken has gone from the back of the stage to the front.

Chord shape permutations of sacred geometry, catchy melodies and a rhythm centric approach to song writing, the music is thoughtfully crafted much like paint to canvas.
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