Maximilian

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"MAXIMILAN"
(Written by Nolan Robertson)

Oh, Maximilian I'm calling your name
But you refuse to give an answer
I know a busy life can make you insane
But you don't have to hide away, sir

You do not mind spending your time
Just drinking wine until you're blind
Oh, Maximilian I'm calling your name
But you refuse to give an answer

Oh, Maximilian I wanna know why
Why do you chose to be a stranger
I only see you when you're waving goodbye
Not like when we were just teenagers

You'd hang around most every day
"Hello. Can Max come out to play?"
Oh, we would daydream all our cares away

Oh, Maximilian I wanna know why
Why do you chose to be a stranger?

Oh, Maximilian I'm singing your name
But you are just an empty shadow
Although your face is very clear in my brain
You will refuse to hear my canto

Just say the word and you'll be heard
I will return a songless bird
Oh, Maximilian I'm singing your name
But you are just an empty shadow

©2012 All rights reserved. Lyrics used by permission only.

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from Indian Summer, released December 18, 2012
Chris Mansfield - drums and percussion
Zach Mayo - drums and percussion
Nolan Robertson - percussion, guitars, piano, bass and vocals

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