“The Gods” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

Here comes Zeus in his zuit suit
Hercules in all his glory
hot and bothered, looks for Venus
history and poetry
standing at the Mayan temple
watch them sacrifice a child
Egyptians prepare a mummy
watch out the gods are on fire

all chant when the sun shines bright
the gods, the moon, the night

looking at the stars and Mars
watching Aztecs playing ball
George is singing my sweet lord

everyone try’s to stand tall
even when their idols fall
what you must do against all odds
is try your best to worship the gods

some people take time to pray
pray to Billy Holiday

some even praise animals
to stop sky and thunder from falling
and after the day is done
some pray to Jim Morrison
everyone try’s to stand tall
even when their idols fall
walk to the door and turn the knob
drop to your knees and worship the gods

muses mount the Trojan horses
pyramids and the white house
Apollo take your pick

shine your tongue and join the mob
drop to your knees and worship the gods

Play The Gods

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“Ordinary Day” – Song By: lodato

 

a pale light
comes through the bedroom window
every evening

francis lays there on the bed
over the spread
a vale of mystery hangs on every moment
as shadows slowly seduce the clean white walls

I move in to get a better ease drop on
and play the eye of the camera lense
the shutter snaps
and francis brakes the peace
and the calm

look at me in a questionable gaze
and all I do is leave things the way I found them
and let francis get on
with an ordinary day

To Hear “Ordinary Day” Click On lodato’s Music Page

XPO RADIO CHARTS: From Heather Whitley & Ronnie Gibson: with less than 5 hrs..

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Outlet (Photo credit: Angela de Março)

#2………………# 1   less than 5 hours!  We are in the number two spot. With less than 5 hrs, to go please go to register as fan, http://xporadio.com , go to the rock genre, click on “Outlets”, while song is playing, click on ( add to playlist)! Thanks! For All the support! H & R

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We have been on this internet radio site for a long time and just now gaining a following. At the end of each month the number one song in each genre,as well as the number one song in the top forty, receives a cash prize. As of right now we are number one in the rock genre, as well as the top forty. We are keeping our fingers crossed, getting the word out the best we can and keeping our eye on the prize.

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“Elephant Ears Missing” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

This is a new version of an older song of ours that was popular when it first came out and really got us a lot of attention from a lot of people. When we did this song we realized we could write songs in any genre we wanted and that we would. This is a really good version of this song that we worked very hard on and it was well worth the wait. Enjoy!

he unforeseen, folded and creased
the unforeseen, folded and creased

he smell himself, his shelling skin
molting snake, lashed, drying stems
swollen morning, eyes, crusted gems
rose colored cake, half mooned, stars pinned

the icing, butter churned race
where mercury melts, small signature slips
where blood once flowed, and flies bit
his elephant ears missing
his elephant ears missing

bloated and salted, Wednesday sun
an outpost, a harpoon sky
rebuilds a break, tattoo revised
stolen poems

watery lines, diseases left out
river chimes, one slow guitar
words undone, time dawned domain
his elephant ears missing
his elephant ears missing

a sewed costume, a hanging spoon
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears

roles renamed, fingers shared hands
so brittle they play, together dis banned
the licensed, and unarranged
missing elephant ears

hovering, in post pone rain
breath cradled, the pro paned pain
thickness of snow, moaned and moved
elephant ears missing
elephant ears missing

what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears

the unforeseen, folded and creased
the unforeseen, folded and creased

Take A Listen To “Elephant Ears Missing”