The Long Dark Road

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Dark, angry and mercurial. Sadness and melancholy, studies in mental illness, politics, philosophy and religion.

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released April 8, 2017

Written by Jeremy Cavan
Recorded by Jeremy Cavan, Toby Cavan and Tavis Baird
Mixed by Jeremy Cavan and Toby Cavan
Mastered by Phil DeMetro at Lacquer Channel
Jeremy Cavan-Guitars and vocals
Rufus Cavan- Bass
Toby Cavan- Drums
Vanin Ferall- Guitar

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The Long Dark Road Guelph, Ontario

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Track Name: The Tragedy of the Commons
One man, given time
will deplete, what is common.
A space, finite in size
is infinitely divisible
and subsidized by the belief
that technology can solve all problems
that time can heal all wounds
and solve inaction.
Cornucopian dreams of goods
will bring Cassandrian nightmares.
Create another Loess Pateau
in the face of what we all know
the burden of personal gain,
the pleasures we're all seeking
will take the plenty from others mouths
in spit of what we're facing
Open access for all?
Don't you play on my sympathies.
Our tragedy brings ruin to us all,
that I will never know
and I will never know...