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The Magpie And The Muse

New song by Rob Eldridge

Price Of Your Toll- RIE  7.9.14

words and music by Rob Eldridge

dont even know whats right or what’s real

if you add all the years you start seeing cracks in the seal

but the look in your eyes- don’t say wrong

so you do your sidestep- and walk along

ya got your shield up like tough boards on a barn

walking through life leaving hearts ragged and torn

maybe one day you’ll take a look behind

and keep tough in your pocket and dole out a little kind

 

yea the price of your toll this time cost you one (2xs)

 

one step in your woods felt like ten

got called home for dinner not knowing when

I got sore legs climbing north to south

i thought i finished up strong but you put cotton in my mouth

ya got your shield up like tough boards on a barn

hiding your nest with a magpie spinning yarn

maybe one day you’ll take a look behind

and keep me in your pocket and call it one of a kind

 

yea the price of your toll this time cost you one (2xs)

Pittsburgh City Paper Weighs In On “Rooms Full Of Gardens”

See review from Pittsburgh City below.

PCP

“Rob Eldridge, known for his band Steelesque, departs a bit from his classic-rock roots to present Rooms Full of Gardens. One might guess that in preparation for this solo effort, Eldridge has been listening to more Wilco and The Kinks than The Rolling Stones. The vocals are soft, the lyrics introspective and poetic, and while the percussion is primarily of the machine variety, it adds an edgy element rather than cheapening the experience. Definitely worth a spin or two. “

– Seth Pfannenschmidt – Pittsburgh City Paper