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  • Music Video: "Gospel"


by Dave Ulrich and Bradley Dean Whyte

Josie pulled over and cried in her car
she said she never knew life would be that hard
I told josie the other day
That life can sometimes be that way
so we sighed and decided we’d always be alone.

Do doo doo doo…

Josie called me from the highway
she said she never knew I’d dreamt she would stay
I smiled for josie’s sake
and I tried to swallow my mistake
so I sighed and resided I’d always be alone

Do doo doo doo…

A thousand miles a miles a second
slowed only to take hands
where were we running to
where was she running to?
I could run to Josie
josie oh josie
the things I want to say to you

Do doo doo doo…

Josie left a letter on the dashboard of my car
hiding her love for me had become far too hard
she tried but live couldn’t live another day
beside me feeling alone that way
don’t know why we were silent
we didn’t have to be alone

Do doo doo doo…


from Emperor's New Tea, released August 21, 2011


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The Perfectly Violent Dream Houston, Texas

60s and 90s- influenced psych rock-n-pop that runs a colorful gamut from The Monkees to Beck.

Bradley Dean Whyte is from St. Louis, NYC and Thailand. Currently residing in Houston.

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