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The Microphones - Lanterns (Let Go Of Everything)


1Antlers (Come With Me, I Love You)
Featuring, Written-By ["Prayer No. 2"] – G.I. GurdjieffPerformer ["Prayer No. 2"] – Thomas de Hartmann
2Lanterns (Let Go Of Everything)
Featuring [As "The Friend"] – Jenn Kliese


  • Vocals [Sung By]The Microphones


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): IPU-101-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): IPU-101 B


Lanterns version Lyrics: How did you know to come over tonight, What's that you hold and why is it so bright, What's that you hold and why is it so bright, What's that you hold and why is it so. Album The Glow Pt. 2 Other Songs & Destroyed Versions. Lanterns version Lyrics. How did you know to come over tonight What's that you hold and why is it so bright What's that you hold and why is it so bright What's that you hold and why is it so bright Let go of everything. More on Genius. Lanterns version Track Info. The Microphones - Lanterns. This song is by The Microphones and appears on the compilation album Song Islands 2002. Don't go outDon't blow outDon't smother me, lantern. Don't reach out, PhilDon't extendDon't try to touch nothing. I'm afraid I'll see you out on a dateAnd it'll send me camping. Don't steal my showThat lantern lightNot linger nowhereNot on your lifeLeave alone don't try to hold nothingDon't answer the phoneLeave alone be a darkened figureSinking slowHave your fort glowHave your lit up lantern. The Microphones. vistas 20. Don't go out Don't blow out Don't smother me, lantern. Don't reach out, Phil Don't extend Don't try to touch nothing. I'm afraid I'll see you out on a date And it'll send me camping. I'll hang it high On antlers wide Let bloom like sunrise. Let go of everything. Enviar la traducción Agregar a la playlist Tamaño. Never Let Go is a live album by the British progressive rock band Camel, released in 1993. It was recorded in Enschede, the Netherlands, 5 September 1992. Disc one. Never Let Go Latimer 7:22. Earthrise Bardens, Latimer 8:02. Rhayader Bardens, Latimer 2:23. Rhayader Goes to Town Bardens, Latimer 5:14. Spirit of the Water Bardens 3:03. Unevensong Bardens, Latimer, Ward 5:44. Echoes Bardens, Latimer, Ward 7:48. Ice Latimer 10:21. Is Lanterns the best song by The Microphones brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Lanterns appears on the following albums by The Microphones: Song Islands track 13 this album compilation 2002. Listen to Lanterns on YouTube. Loading content from YouTube. Watch the video for Lanterns from The Microphones's Song Islands for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play track. Love this track. Set as current obsession. Get track. I had this image suddenly popping in my head: Dean on a small boat releasing lanterns in the sky, like a reminder of all those friends and family he lost. Dean, you need to move on, to let go of the lanterns. Image size. 1200x900px KB. The Microphones release the seven-inch Lanterns Let Go Of Everything on K as part of their International Pop Underground series. In August, K releases Song Islands, a collection of Microphones singles and rarities. D release Mistake on KKnw-Yr-Own. 2003 In January, the Microphones release Mount Eerie, an album named after Mount Erie, the tallest peak near Anacortes. It features five long songs, with a narrative summed up by one interviewer as you die, are eaten by vultures, and then in your bodiless invisible form you realize the size of the universe as it unfolds in 3D. Cameron: How I wish i could go back to the day where my heart was still working and I still had a brain, where I felt no pain. But that ship has sailed, it's been lost out at sea for too long- it has been just you and me for too long. How I wish you could see how much you mean to me how I long for your smile, how I long for our home. I am so alone. Raphael: But what are ghosts except memories we can't let go Cameron and Raphael: Today I am what I never was: I am truly alone. Tomorrow I'll be what I wish I were today: I won't be afraid anymore

The Microphones - Lanterns (Let Go Of Everything)
Performer: The Microphones
Genre: Rock
Title: Lanterns (Let Go Of Everything)
Country: US
Released: 2002
Style: Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1818 mb
FLAC album: 1876 mb
Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
№ Cat: I.P.U. Volume CI, Volume CI
Label: K