Why I Open

from The Almighty We by Frank Patrick

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What to reveal and what to conceal
Coming to terms with how I feel
I’m testing the limits, now that I’m in it,
There’s no getting out of it now
I’m lonely and high, struggling to survive
In this wasteland of broken dreams
Still listening to the distance with no resistance
And no idea what it all means

Tell me why open, why open to you
Tell me why should I open
Feeling vulnerable and exposed, heart and soul W

At every crossroads I pause, it’s not easy to choose
When you’re a prisoner of options with the blues
With all the choices I’ve made and the prices I’ve paid
You could say I’ve learned a thing or two
With your changes you wrestle, you’re so precious and special
For the truth you live, love and learn
You catalyze my courage to fight off this fear
And rise to these occasions of love

That’s why I open, why I open to you That’s why I open
Vulnerable and exposed, heart and soul
I’m a solo mio man, a solo mio man alone
I’m a solo mio man, Exposing heart and soul
And now I open, now I open to you Now I open
Exposing heart and soul

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from The Almighty We, released May 28, 2021
brilliantfish - drums and keys
Rebecca Campbell - vocals and shakers
Cam MacInnes - Guitars
Frank Patrick - vocal and acoustic guitar

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Frank Patrick Toronto, Ontario

FROM TEEPEE DWELLING TO BREAKFAST WITH BUCKMINSTER FULLER, FROM THE FORESTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA TO THE DESERTS OF ARIZONA TO THE BIG SUR COAST, FROM TORONTO TO SHANGHAI TO HAWAII, FRANK ANSWERS THE CALL OF CREATION AND SPEAKS FROM HIS HEART AND SOUL.
LOVE, LOSS, POLITICS, JOIE DE VIVRE… HUMANITY IN ALL ITS FOLLY AND BEAUTY SPRING FROM HIS DEEP, DEEP WELL. FRANK IS A TRUE ORIGINAL.
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