by Projeto THJ

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This track is the result of a really cool work made by distance. This song is half brazilian and half greek. If you like different styles and genres, check out this song, you can hear some influences from Deftones to Periphery. Thanks for supporting us!

Essa faixa é o resultado de um trabalho muito agradável feito à distância. Essa música é metade brasileira e metara grega. Se você gosta de diferentes gêneros e estilos, não deixe de conferir, você pode ouvir algumas influências de Deftones e Periphery. Obrigado por nos apoiar!

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released November 30, 2015

Recorded and mixed by Tiago Jardim in São Paulo, Brazil.

Lyrics and vocals by Sotto James.

Composed by Tiago Jardim and Sotto James.

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Projeto THJ São Paulo, Brazil

My name is Tiago Jardim and THJ is my musical project.

I make music just because I love it. It makes me feel more alive.

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Track Name: Roads
- Lyrics -

Impulsion is the same
No matter where you set your sails
A gust of wind to sway
Or set the way, your pick prevails
We set up another day
Radiating light as we exhale
And wander where we may
Our direction isn’t set by someone else

These guiding lines
Convincing lies
Existing’s fine
But we’ve much more in mind

There’s no such thing as mediocrity
We all fail to see
There is no such thing as capacity
We are free to be free
(No one’s bound)
There’s no such thing as mediocrity
(Lost or found)
We all fail to see
(We’ve all shared)
There is no such thing as captivity
(Sky and ground)
We’re free

So let go of roads
Feel no remorse

(If we must push ahead let it be so)

Yes, we’ve been grazed
(Along the way)
We wear our stains
(And feel embraced)
We’re all the same

Written by Sotto James, 2015