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Kashmir — Rocket Brothers
Album: Zitilites
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Released: 2003
Length: 5:19
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I miss you so much boy
will we be coming on again
don't ever loose your ropes
this man is hanging by the ends
I owe you so much time
yes you might say it isn't like that at all
but now it's coming back to you
these open moments that I blew

rocket brothers crack and burst
if they can't meet upon the verge
of breaking into seperate parts
that was not written in our cards
now you got someone to protect
someone you cannot reject

I miss you so much boy
but I was buried in the mines
I found it hard to stop
you found me very hard to find
but now that you've made way
I'd better tie together these ropes again
and throw the times right back to you
and all the chances that I blew

rocket brothers crack and burst
if they can't meet upon the verge
of breaking into seperate parts
that was not written in our cards
those rocket brothers on the verge
we should be careful' cause it could burst
and we're not lonely anymore
lonely as we were before
and now there is someone to protect
someone you cannot reject
something I will not neglect

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Bill, Zitilites is one of the greatest albums of the 2000's, this band is terribly underrated!
This reminds me to get tickets for the Kashmir concert this saturday :-) This is definitely the kind of music that really have to grow on you for a while. But then again, all the really great music is....
This track really great when your brother is 2000 km. away for the next 6 months. As you can guess, I miss my brother. I\'m looking forward to the day he is comming home. Everytime I hear this track I think of my brother. Of all the good things we have made together.
First time hearing this, can\'t say I hope to hear it again :roll:
Thanx for putting this song on the playlist, Rebecca. I really think it deserves a chance among all of you Paradise listeners. :notworthy: It's a new tune from the Danish band Kashmir (only released in some European countries). Kashmir was formed in Copenhagen, Denmark, ten years ago and so far Kashmir has been the story of a band never looking back, always taking on new challenges and never compromising. Kashmir's integrity is still strong and profound. Every new album from the group is something different as they never stop evolving. For example: Their last album had a bit of sound and feel like OK Computer from Radiohead, while this album is nothing like that. Please let me hear what you guys think about it. And give it a chance - it gets better and better the more you listen to it (as do all good music). :clap: More info on The Kashmir Website
Reminds me a bit of Semisonic and/or Flaming Lips.