Lay Low

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Foggy Pebble I really liked the lyrics and pretty music. This sounds like it's about feeling so isolated and intimidated by others that you become quiet and recede inside yourself. This song has an uneasy underlying feeling like "I don't feel safe here even though it superficially seems like a safe place", it's both a calming and distressing mood. Mood aside, I think the song is actually about trying to leave an abusive relationship.
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from Wrought Iron, released May 10, 2009

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