Bright Red Saturday

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It was a bright red Saturday and the sun bled down upon us
The cars still ran the same, like nothing at all's different,
But you.

No one seemed to look my way-they pretended to know nothing
But they all thought I was to blame,
That it's my fault that the one thing that I had, the only thing I needed, is gone.

So why do I feel
Like it's my fault that you're gone?

Sun fades behind a foggy gray, people whispered in their houses
Just another thing to say, and if it's just gossip,

Then why do I feel
Like it's my fault that you're gone?

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from The Wellspring, released October 16, 2012

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Nigel A. Wilson Los Angeles, California

Made out of Crystals.

Nigel A. Wilson is a writer, keyboardist, and singer. Contorting the past and futures of characters of his creation, he insists upon the long-form art of concept albums, weaving stories and sounds like silk from a spool. His tales of destruction and salvation thrive in allusion, a smoke-and-mirrors illusion of rock as opera. ... more

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