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There you go again
queueing up for the abuse.
You're on the money train
but the driver's insane
and it looks like you're the caboose.
With a voice in your ear
and a foot in your rear
you wanna jump the rails,
but you try to be good-
falling in like you should
-while the big dogs step on your tail.

What's that you say?
You think you're better off running alone?
You got a red-hot ache
for the big dog's steak
but instead you've been
licking their bones.
"Lead, follow, or get out of the way"
is what they're saying
while they stand on your back,
but the front of the train ain't a leader,
all they're better at
is following somebody's tracks.
Come on…

Get some,
get some.
Get some,
get some.

Day after day goes by
but the weather never seems to change.
You see the sunny peak
they're keeping out of your reach
and you're sick of living in the rain.
You gotta make
like an earthquake, baby,
gonna shake that mountain down.
They're gonna put up a fight
but in the end it's alright,
ain't nothing gonna stop you now.

You got something to say?
'Cause it looks like you're ready to blow.
You been keeping it in
with a concrete skin,
but the cracks are starting to show.
No voice, no choice, no power
are the manacles they want you to wear,
but you're never gonna beat 'em
if you're playing by the cheater's
definition of what they call "fair"
so come on…

Ain't nothing gonna stop you now…
Ain't nothing gonna stop you now…
Ain't nothing gonna stop you now…
Ain't nothing gonna stop you now
so get some.



from Cognitive Dissonance, released June 23, 2017


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Matthew Ebel Seattle, Washington

I call myself a piano rocker, but I’m really just kind of a goofball. I’ve been playing the piano since age 5, discovered electronic music at 12, and made this stuff my career in '99. Since then I’ve played the Grand Ole Opry, been quoted in Rolling Stone, and made a name for myself in new media. I’ve been playing piano rock full-time since 2007 and since then I’ve never looked back. ... more

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