Ours is an Odyssey

by YourEnigma

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The road to any worthwhile destination is never promised to be straight or short; the unpaved stretches and tortuous chicanes demanding our determination and our patience. But embedded in that journey are the formative experiences which strengthen our bonds, enliven our narratives, and maybe with enough luck, produce that happy ending.

This EP is about one of those journeys; a collection of songs for and about a special and beloved friend, with whom that journey continues.

Because ours is an odyssey.

Get the point? Good. Let's dance.

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released December 28, 2016

Album art credits: probablyfakeblonde.deviantart.com

This EP is inspired by and dedicated to my dearest pup pup: Richard, without whom, I'd no longer be able to hear the notes.

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YourEnigma New York, New York

28 year-old eclectic electric composer, producer and most importantly, teacher.

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Track Name: Tsunderecoon (Feat. Jeff Burgess)
Never thought I’d see you after how we got on in the past
Well what is way too much for me to ask?
Oh, I can’t help myself, what’s your reaction baby?

Oh, did i treat u like a cur?
can you really be too sure?
well sure I made mistakes
I’ll do whatever it takes

and a little more, maybe

there’s no hope for me anymore
ready to settle our score
I can’t face the way that I was before
I know you’re bad, I want more (much more)

Well, I never thought I’d touch you underneath your surface something bad
but loving you is all I really had
and we can try this one more time, am I comin' through clear?

You’re my shelter I’m your home
you know where this is goin’
we’ve said this many times
but now let’s get it right

and a little more, maybe!

there’s no hope for me anymore
ready to settle our score
can’t face the way that I was before
I know you’re bad, I want more (much more)

don’t go telling me what you’re not
don’t go saying the words still haunt
don’t go hating the fate you got
don’t keep wishing for what you want