You Never See The Good

by Cameron Miller

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To celebrate the one year anniversary of Never See the Good (Nate-Cat odyssey) and the support of all all listeners, we offer a special quiz on the work, the prize being a FREE DOWNLOAD (limit one per competitor, non transferable):
1. According to Nate-Cat, how does one get action in Santa Cruz?
2. What unfortunate mental illness does the cat-character in Evicted suffer from?
3. Hard living, ______, ______. & the smokes is hard living.
And finally....
4. Which song features a J. Joyce narrative?
Talk to Mr. S. Wolfbeery about your prize and submissions. And no, I haven't seen him either. Check Nebraska, perhaps?


released October 31, 2011



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Cameron Miller Santa Cruz, California

Serious California-borne songwriting about the serious things: life, love, whiskey and the ocean.

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Track Name: Eveline With Eyes Ahead
Standing out on track nine in her black coat
Still amongst the motion like a statue's solid pose
Eveline with eyes ahead waited for her train
A ticket in her hand and a key to all the chains

Eveline, keep your fear in check
There's no use in your crying about what's in the past
And Eveline, keep your eyes ahead
Remember what he said to you, you know it's true

Turning up her collar against the pouring rain
In her ears her father's words still ring
"You're dead to me me daughter for what you have done"
And now your last option is yout only one

But Eveline, you know he treats you bad
And what's left for you to find, in simple family life
And remember your mother's last curse
Remember what, he did to her
And you are not doomed to die
Cursing fate for the cards it dealt your life
Eveline, Eveline, leave him behind

The train rolled silenced by the thunder in the sky
The doors opened, Eveline had nothing in her eyes
The sailor smiled and beckoned her
Then stopped and called her name
As Eveline, she turned her back
And just walked away