Rose Ashes (Official)

Music video by Siren Call performing Rose Ashes.

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Rose Ashes
Written by Yvonne Lace, Jason de Cordoba, Gàbor Szabò and Harold Taylor
Performed by Siren Call with Gàbor Szabò
Produced and Recorded by Harold Taylor at VMC Studios and Verein IKP

Directed by Nikki Schmid

Video Camera and Editor:
Nikki Schmid

I used to be a crystal, melting into sound
I let myself be soft, so I can be heat-bound.
So I can visit places, which used to leave me burnt
But gave me choking pleasure I need not to return.

I used to be a moth attracted to the light
That wants to dive in heat, instead it finds a fight.
The fire — cheap reflection, of what I thought was pure.
Of what is both my poison and my cure.

Wild Roses
Survive the winter.
Survive the pain.
The acid rain.

I am a rose with petals, which sometimes pick up dirt.
It comes as no surprise it often leaves me hurt.
The petals with the bruises, they often come to fall.
But then to take their place new petals grow.

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This song features clips from movies including the film The Sea Hawk which featured our guitarist Jason’s grandfather Pedro de Cordoba(actor)!

Disclaimer: Provisions of fairuse may or may not apply due to copyright expiration of source materials used, and other international jusitictional regulations. We claim fair use principal in the useage of clips accessed from The Sea Hawk, Master and Commander and Treasure Island.