Come What May

from by Dori Cameron

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Recorded at Mr. Smalls Recording and Mastering Studio in Pittsburgh, PA


I packed up my belongings
And went to live beside the sea
I found my way out West
And to a new reality

I walked upon the water
My eyes fell upon the sand
Naivety consumed me
And I almost took his hand

Each wave a madness, beckoning
And calling me to shore
To dance among the demons
Sprawled across the ocean floor

I've mastered it, this drowning
Washing up onto the beach
My life was flashing through me
And my hands, just out of reach

My arms are marked with stories
Now they're thrashing to and fro
This journey nearly ended me
But now I clearly know

I'll be back someday
Come what may (x4)

The East Coast was my lover
And I went running back
To three rivers flowing, welcoming
To get my life on track

Marching to a great height
Only to, in darkness, fall
Will I be seen a hero
Or should I escape them all?

My skin drops away in layers
Lies in piles on the ground
A shell of my old self
For I am lost, but never found

My best friend is Silence
My worst enemy, my mind
Who accepts the challenge of
The horrors left inside?

A master of disguise
You cannot see which mask wears me
My past in every street light
My two choices, fight or flee

I'll be on my way
Come what may (x4)


from Violent Muse, released March 1, 2017
Dori Cameron - Guitar and Vocals
Mike Taylor - Violin
Nate Campisi - Bass



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Dori Cameron Boston, Massachusetts

Dori Cameron is a world traveler who has gone on the physical and emotional journeys of many lives. Her raw and clear voice rings the universal truths of guilt, longing, and hope.

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