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Walk This Road With Me

Released March 2017

Walk This Road With Me
A collaboration with singer/songwriter Zach Beerger, the album is a mixture of folk/rock/pop with instrumentals

Aphelion Cover

Walk This Road With Me

Recorded and mixed between September 2016 and February 2017, and released in March of 2017

  • Executive Producer - Robert Fitzhugh
  • Mixing Engineer - Robert Fitzhugh
  • Recording Engineer - Robert Fitzhugh
  • Mastering Engineer - Chris Graham for ChrisGrahmMastering.com
  • Lyrics
      Zach Beerger
      • Mariner's Curse
      • Lucidity
      • What Is Better
      Robert Fitzhugh
    • You And I
  • Musical Composition
      Zach Beerger
      • Mariner's Curse
      • Lucidity
      • Autumn Mountain
      • What Is Better
      Robert Fitzhugh
    • The World Forgets, But We Don't
    • Aokigahara (Three Apologies)
    • You And I
  • Arrangements - Robert Fitzhugh

  • Drums & Percussion - Robert Fitzhugh
  • Acoustic Guitar
      Zach Beerger
      • Mariner's Curse
      • Lucidity
      • Autumn Mountain
      • What Is Better
      Robert Fitzhugh
    • The World Forgets, But We Don't
    • You And I
  • Electric Guitars - Robert Fitzhugh
  • Bass Guitar - Robert Fitzhugh
  • Piano - Robert Fitzhugh
  • Synth Keys - Robert Fitzhugh
  • FX - Robert Fitzhugh
  • Mandolin (What Is Better) - Callie Bradley
  • Turn Tables (The World Forgets, But We Don't & Aokigahara (Three Apologies) - Lawrence (L.J.) Jaconetta

  • Lead Vocals
      Zach Beerger
      • Mariner's Curse
      • Lucidity
      • What Is Better
      • You And I
    • Leah Hart
    • Autumn Mountain
  • Backing Vocals
      Leah Hart
      • Mariner's Curse
      • Lucidity
      • What Is Better
      • You And I
      Callie Bradley
      • Lucidity
      • What Is Better

  • Logo - Cee Walsh for CeeWalsh.com
  • Album Art - Graphx for Facebook or Fiverr

Recorded using an Allen And Heath QU32
Mixed in Reaper and Harrison Mixbus

  1. Mariner's Curse
  2. The World Forgets, But We Don't
  3. Lucidity
  4. Autumn Mountain
  5. What Is Better
  6. Aokigahara (Three Apologies)
  7. You And I






LYRICS

Mariner's Curse

I set my sails high and I followed the wind
Before the high tide I will bury my sins
I'll take all I need and I'll give the rest away
Cause tomorrow I will find a new life a new way

The anchor has sunk in the black water gate
I fled from my craft as the sirens sang
"Come here, my son I will show you the way"
Adrift out to sea, I succumb to the waves

As soon as I become the wind
I'll find my way back to the long shore drift
I couldn't fly much to my chagrin
So I float away
I float away

As soon as I become the wind
I'll find my way back to the long shore drift
I couldn't fly much to my chagrin
So I float away
I float away

Lucidity

Finding shelter under broken wings
Resting your tired eyes, your feelings take control
And the silence is the only thing
When your deaf, alone, and blind, you feel the cold

It's over, forget it
But it's always on my mind
Move over and reset it
Like rain washing off the grime

Finding comfort in the space between
Oh your heart’s in black and white, but there's color in your soul
Making sure your fire burns beneath
But I'm blinded by the smoke and the ashes coat the coals

It's over, forget it
But it's always on my mind
Move over and reset it
Like rain washing off the grime

It's over, forget it
But it's always on my mind
Move over and reset it
Like rain washing off the grime

It's over, forget it
But it's always on my mind
Move over and reset it
Like rain washing off the grime

What Is Better

I felt uncertain
Of what is better
A life of fortune
Or summer weather

I came right to you
With just one question
Do you find comfort
In my confession

Inside this heart, I believe
This life you make is yours to waste
Inside my heart, I’ll replace
The times you’ve walked away

I traveled the country
To find what is better
A coin from copper
Or this ragged old sweater

You are my comfort
Without a question
I hope you find love
That is my confession

Inside this heart, I believe
This life you make is yours to waste
Inside my heart, I’ll replace
The times you’ve walked away

Inside my heart, I believe
We all have felt out of place
Inside my heart, is where I’ll wait
For you to walk away

You And I

The Cheshire Moon
Sits low in the sky
Smiling at the fools
Below wondering why

If only he could see
You and I
Our breath merged in cold
Eye to eye

Time will stop its flow
For you and I
We can purge the old
And melt the night

Go now and fetch us some wine
It’s just you and I
We deserve this night
Lord knows we’ve done our time
So please girl, fetch that wine

The Cheshire Moon
Floats by unseen
No living man can know
All the places he’s been

We’ve traveled just as far
You and I
Too many years apart
But we’re here tonight

No seconds to lose
So don’t ask why
Become my muse
Let’s melt this night

Go now and fetch us some wine
It’s just you and I
We deserve this night
Lord knows we’ve done our time
So please girl, fetch that wine

Go now and fetch us some wine
It’s just you and I
We deserve this night
Lord knows we’ve done our time
So please girl, fetch that wine

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Liar's Lantern Crew:

  • Robert Fitzhugh - Head Honcho
    Singer/Songwriter/Multi-instrumentalist/Producer/Arranger/Mixer
    liarslantern@liarslantern.com
  • Zach Beerger - All Around Cool Dude
    Singer/Songwriter/Multi-instrumentalist
    Zach's Soundcloud
  • Daniel Shelton - Improv Guy
    Singer/Songwriter/Multi-instrumentalist
  • Leah Hart - Clutch Vocalist
    Singer/Songwriter/Multi-instrumentalist
    LeahRuthHart.com
  • Lawrence (L.J.) Jaconetta - Ink and Food
    Turn Tabler/Chef/Entrepreneur
  • Cee Walsh - Design Mistress
    Graphic Designer
    CeeWalsh.com
  • Graphx - Design Mister
    Graphic Designer
    Fiverr
  • Dutch Dolan - Bad A## Artist
    Multi-media artist/ Ink-man
    DutchiVerse

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