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Turin Brakes — Rome
Album: Lost Property
Avg rating:
6.7

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Total ratings: 545









Released: 2016
Length: 3:50
Plays (last 30 days): 1
We felt the earth shake under California
All the way down to Tokyo
There is a fault line running through that old heart
We watch the stars but toe the line
And on that old hill, they're packing down a circus
Every place we used to play
The undercover secret operations
Remember what you used to say
As a child I could feel the force inside everything
Drop your head, keep the course
Coz nobody knows a thing
Woke up in old Rome, by the Colosseum
Body bound drifting away
If you're an old soul, like an ancient ruin
Or a prisoner to a private play
Let's watch the chaos coming in like wave sets
We'll always be anomalies
And all that energy underneath an earthquake
Gets used again eternally
As a child I could feel the force inside everything
Drop your head, keep the course
Coz nobody knows a thing
I always believed in nothing
I always believed in nothing
As a child I could feel the force inside everything
Drop your head, keep the course
Coz nobody knows a thing
Nobody knows
Nobody knows
Comments (17)add comment
Very Lou Reed-sequel! Excellently played this band. Charming, talented, worthy. Stay true to yourselves you guys. You are the greatest ❤️🙏 10 is too few your talents ~ so a magical 11 it is!!
Osbo wrote:
I am constantly impressed with the music found on RP. I will admit to being less critical and more tolerant than many people, but I still must say that I never skip a song here. Bill and Rebecca, you continually surprise and delight this listener. For music listening, I now fail to see the purpose of commercial radio. Thank you so much! 
guilhem34 wrote:

+1
 
+1 for the great comment and a +1 on this tune...it's an 8 at least....LLRP!!
 Osbo wrote:
I am constantly impressed with the music found on RP.  I will admit to being less critical and more tolerant than many people, but I still must say that I never skip a song here.  Bill and Rebecca, you continually surprise and delight this listener.  For music listening, I now fail to see the purpose of commercial radio.  Thank you so much!
 
+1
low music. thats all i can say
{#Bananajam}Very catchy tune.   I like..
I am constantly impressed with the music found on RP.  I will admit to being less critical and more tolerant than many people, but I still must say that I never skip a song here.  Bill and Rebecca, you continually surprise and delight this listener.  For music listening, I now fail to see the purpose of commercial radio.  Thank you so much!
 ScottishWillie wrote:
This is the kind of song I listen to Radio Paradise for. I wouldn't hear it anywhere else and while it will never be an all time favourite it is still a song I would have been sorry to have missed.  

 
Amen to that.
It's why RP has become the only station I go to for music.
Terrestrial radio and generic music streams don't come close.
Thank you, Bill and Rebecca...
 Ag3nt0rang3 wrote:
Um. Was disappointed to see that this is Turin Brakes.

 
I know me too, I'm a big fan and this was so plain jane for them
This is the kind of song I listen to Radio Paradise for. I wouldn't hear it anywhere else and while it will never be an all time favourite it is still a song I would have been sorry to have missed.  
Um. Was disappointed to see that this is Turin Brakes.
 DaidyBoy wrote:
Straight 8 to my ears right off the bat.

 
Same here!
These guys have produced some tidy stuff over the years.  Straight 8 to my ears right off the bat.
I like it, especially on a bright and sunny Friday morning.
A little like Nils, but a little like Lou Reed as well.
Sounds like Nils Lofgren to me.
Gee, for a few seconds, I thought it was The Boxtops.
8 for the title...