Lazy Eye Art

I wrote Lazy Eye while on a walk in New Orleans. It was a dreary day and the environment inspired me to start writing. It is about the unintentional betrayal of a friend, and the inability to repair the friendship. I was being haunted with guilt and this song was my way to release that.

Credits: 

Music and Lyrics: Annapurna Knox Tobler

Drums, Guitar, Bass, Vocals: AP Tobler

Producer: Kris Ziakas

Engineer: Kris Ziakas

Recording: BridgetSound

Video and Artwork: Type It Down Productions 

Lyrics

Hum of high voltage 

In the back of my head

The crows’ cries

Fill me with dread

These twisted reins wrap around my throat

Like a marionette 

I’m being controlled

 

For now I shroud myself 

In this temporary high

 

You know I fear becoming the villain

But this darkness is sometimes thrilling

Betrayal in good intention

I’m dying to be forgiven

 

I masquerade my pain with laughter

With each blink another chapter

Sleepless nights of feeling vile

Break me I won’t cease to smile

 

For now I shroud myself 

In this temporary high

 

Another day of feeling sick

I don’t think I can overcome this

Another day of hell on earth

But I still care 

For what it’s worth

 

You know I fear becoming a villain

But this darkness is sometimes thrilling 

Betrayal in good intentions

I’m dying to be forgiven

 

You know I fear becoming the villain

But this darkness is sometimes thrilling

Betrayal in good intention

I’m dying to be forgiven