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A Revelation’s Gonna Come
Released: 2016

  • A Revelation’s Gonna Come

    A Revelation’s Gonna Come

    Where have you traveled, where have you been?
    My tough-weathered friend, my childhood twin
    Oh, what do I tell you, where to begin?
    I’ve spent time without, and spent time within
    I’ve battled through hellfire, panhandled sin
    Vanished my gold, and traded for tin
    I started out broad, I ended up thin
    Gambled my life, but never did win

    And I pray, I never feel the sharp edge of the steel
    But I fear a revelation’s gonna come

    Tell me your story, tell me your tale
    My cast-away friend, leave out no detail
    I’ve raced through the meadow, languished in jail
    I’ve cursed the still wind, and run at full sail

    And I pray, I never feel the sharp edge of the steel
    But I fear a revelation’s gonna come

    I’ve thrown away feasts, and savored a crumb
    Been both the coward, and beat the war drum
    I fought off the demons, but still I succumbed
    Now I turn from the mirror at what I’d become

    And I pray…

    And where will you rest now that your quest is done?
    My long-suffering friend, you prodigal son
    I’ll empty my bullets, breakdown my gun
    Tell all the conflicts that I’ve lost and won
    I’ll confess to priest, and whisper to nun
    Ask for forgiveness from my lost loved ones
    I’ll bask in the moonlight, and worship the sun
    Take pleasure in life, as it’s just begun

    And I pray, I never feel the sharp edge of the steel
    But I fear…

    And I pray, I never feel the sharp edge of the steel
    But I fear…

    And I pray, I never feel the sharp edge of the steel
    But I fear…

    A revelation’s gonna come

    Music by Dante DeLemos, Walter Kenul
    Lyrics by Richard Humann

    Produced by Joe Vulpis
    Programming by Adrian (Hawk) Melendez
    Mastered by Tom Coyne / Sterling Masters

    Dante DeLemos: Lead Vocals, Lead & rhythm guitars
    Walter Kenul: Background vocals, Hammond B3, Wurlitzer electric piano
    Sammy Merendino: Drums and percussion
    Steve Count: Bass

    ©2016 W. Kenul, D. DeLemos, R. Humann

    Motovun Records
    Boka Music Publishing


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