Wiredogs

Wiredogs

Denver, Colorado, USA
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WIREDOGS is the empowered musical voice of a youth culture that is seeking a new rebellion...

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Biography

WIREDOGS is the empowered musical voice of a youth culture that is seeking a new rebellion.The music is loud, honest and abrasive. The stories expel off their tongues with conviction and truth. WIREDOGS is an earnest cry for those seeking more, and their message is:

We are the authors of the future. We are the architects of a time regarded as still to come. And we will rise like the sands of the desert. Rise like the waves of the ocean and the winds of the mountains. And you will hear us. You will see us. You will feel our words in your bones, in your very soul. For we are the future. WE are the future!

Lyrics

I Knew Me

Written By: Daniel Aid

'Got to find tomorrow, some place that I know won't feel familiar
And I've got to find a path before I lose myself
And I've got to learn right and wrong, no convoluted signs to guide me
No looking back in fear, afraid I'll scare myself

I Knew Me, I Knew Me and still got lost inside
I Knew Me, but didn't love myself enough
To live my life, to enjoy my time...
So I drown it out

I need a better reason, 'cause I'm out of all excuses
And there's too much glass to shove under the bed
And every face that isn't here still acts as a reminder
Of the coldness in this room and the sweat in my hand

I Knew Me, I Knew Me and still got lost inside
I Knew Me, but didn't love myself enough
To live my life, to enjoy my time...
So I drown it out

I Knew Me, I Knew Me and still got lost inside
I Knew Me, but didn't love myself enough
To live my life
To enjoy my time

So I drown it out
So I drown it out
So I drown it out
So I drown it out

Rooftops

Written By: Daniel Aid

And if I left today
Packed a bag and marched on
To the front line
Who would I kill? Who would I lean on?
And if I left today
Packed a bag and marched on
To the front line
Who would I kill? Who would I lean on?

And the man behind the mask said you're not going home
And the man behind the mask said you're not leaving alone
But now they line us up with the one, two, three
Trained soldier, brave warriors of the infantry
Not quite sure if we'll ever see our home

We're up on a rooftop, shouting out
Where will we go from here?
Where will we go from here?
And we're up on a rooftop, shouting out
Where will we go from here?
Where will we go from here?

And the man behind the mask said say your goodbyes
And the man behind the mask told our mothers not to cry

But I've forgotten how to breather
Forgotten how to feel
Too many tranquil faces wrapped in boxes made of steel

And my heart races in my chest
My heart races in my chest
My heart races in my chest
My heart races in my...

We're up on a rooftop, shouting out
Where will we go from here?
Where will we go from here?
And we're up on a rooftop, shouting out
Where will we go from here?
Where will we go from here?

Up on a rooftop (x8)

We're up on a rooftop, shouting out
Where will we go from here?
Where will we go from here?
And we're up on a rooftop, shouting out
Where will we go from here?
Where will we go from here?

Where Hope Lives

Written By: Daniel Aid

Deep lines carved in her worried face
A mother and a daughter in this terrorized place
Carving out a hole from the ceiling dome of a Chase bank
How can we rebuild a home that was lost
If we refuse to fight the fire, refuse to pay the cost
And refuse to bring water to the lips that were parched

But we know the meaning, we know it's deceiving
We know the meaning, we know it's deceiving

How sometimes we get lost in the moment
And sometimes we feel alone
But as you race down silent highways
You must believe that you will see the sun rise
'Cause the sign said
This is where hope lives

It's easy to steal compassion from the weak
When their soul lies bloody you got shoes on your feet
It makes it that much easier to kick her in the teeth
And on a silent night in the still, city heat
No air moves, no hearts beat
It's a wasteland moving pushing families to the streets

But we know the meaning, we know it's deceiving
We know the meaning, we know it's deceiving

That sometimes we get lost in the moment
And sometimes we feel alone
But as you race down silent highways
You must believe that you will see the sun rise
'Cause the sign said
This is where hope lives (x4)

Chelsea Hotel

Written By: Daniel Aid

Face down at the Chelsea Hotel
Camera's spinnin' like the junk in your veins
Strangers stick you with syringes and nightmares
You feel it inside
Like your father
Get night terrors and roll over
Cigarettes and bloodstains on a piss-yellow mattress
And you don't know where you're runnin'
Don't know where you're runnin' (x3)

Six kids in the city
Trying to live like it's black
A shot heard in 1719 but no one looks back

Face down at the Chelsea Hotel
The rain racing down the wall like cold tears
Hot sweat pulls the sheet to your wet breast
You try to cry but your body won't gasp

Six kids in the city
Trying to live like it's black
A shot heard in 1719 but no one looks back

Face down at the Chelsea Hotel
Camera's spinnin' like the junk in your veins
Strangers stick you with syringes and nightmares
You feel it inside (x3)

Six kids in the city
Trying to live like it's black
A shot heard in 1719 but you don't look back
Six kids in the city
Trying to live like it's black
A shot heard in 1719 but no one looks back

Discography

Authors - 2012 (Self-Released as The Hate)
The Resistance EP - 2013 (Self-Released)