Graveyard of the Sea

by Coastal Plain

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All selections written, performed, recorded, mixed, and produced by Coastal Plain in various locations within the Atlantic Coastal Plain, MMXV


released January 1, 2016



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Coastal Plain New Jersey

Wanderer - Guitars, vocals, acoustics

Hiltner - Bass, vocals

Smoker - Percussion

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Track Name: High Tide
Born of ravaging flame, luscious pines
Will their throne reclaim
With outstretched spines

The overflow of rising tide
Swallows the sand, ignites the mind

The leaves spiraling, euphoria increasing
Water rising, sand swallowing

As the smoke clears
Ashes of what was, expand the mind
The waves erode reality
And the sun has risen
With the tide
Track Name: Low Tide
Track Name: Dunes of Despair
Bastion of coastal land
Blades emerge above mountains of sand

Why remain outside the sea?

Dunes of despair
To be seen, not heard
Stand aware
Onward flies the bird what cost
Track Name: Bog of the Infidel
The sand road winds
Into the depths of cypress, oak, and pine

Spectrum of conifer

Onward through the asphodel
Past cypress creeks and trees
Smoke will rise a violet gentian
To the graveyard of the sea
Track Name: Limulus
Track Name: Pandion Haliaetus
On the wing, the search begins
Scanning the coast for unaware fish
His young await, patiently, for his return

Prey detected, within sight
Moment is tense, prepares for the dive
Descent from above, into the sea
Altitude dropping
Closing in

Homeward he flies
Tonight, on his catch, they shall dine