Procession of the Equinox

by Twilight Fauna\\//Evergreen Refuge

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released July 14, 2017

Twilight Fauna side:
Paul Ravenwood - strings, vocals, effects, recording, and mixing
Josh Thieler - drums
"My Home in Tennessee" originally written by A. P. Carter

Evergreen Refuge side:
Dylan Rupe - all guitars, percussion, and voices

Mastered at Sound Aura
Nick Stanger - Mastering engineer
Hunter Copeland - Assistant mastering engineer
Design & Layout - Jaci Raia
Photography by Paul R.
Center Labels by Josh Thieler



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Track Name: Twilight Fauna - The Last Ember
With flames I stand
They twist and reach
Pulled by winds
White smoke in the trees
Blossoms, blossoms cascade
In transience, all remains the same

With quiet sadness
All things pass
Dissolving to dust
They slip from your grasp
With shaky hands we reach
Holding stars in our eyes
Burning embers
Under crescent skies
Track Name: Twilight Fauna - Chained to the Stars
In stillness the fog recedes
The stars in silence remain
Below the treeline in gloom
My heart cries
The fires we burn reveal shadows
We mold and shape
The equinox proceeds and cycles on
With hope and darkness
We cling to this wandering star
Walking familiar paths
How they change, they change

On gravel roads, in dreams, there’s a place I wish to go. A place to call home. The chains that bind are all I leave behind. Believe me when I say I tried, on that dusty drive beneath the stars. There’s only so much that could be done. But on that dark night I saw eyes that shined as black as coal in the mountainside.
Track Name: Twilight Fauna - My Home in Tennessee
I am always dreaming of my little home
Back among the hills of Tennessee
I am always yearning, longing to return
To the place that means the world to me
Just a little shack roof all turning black
Still it's a place there to me
Song birds always singing round the kitchen door
Of my little home in Tennessee
I can see my mother standing by the gate
As I drove the car up the lane
She would never scold me when I came home late
How I wish that I had never caused her pain
Just a tender smile beaming all the while
No one could be half so kind to me
Now she's gone to Heaven and she'll never return
To my little home in Tennessee
I can still remember many years ago
When my sweetheart wandered by my side
Down among the mountains where wild flowers grow
There she promised she would be my bride
Then another man won her heart and hand
She always meant the world to me
I was broken hearted and I went away
From my little home in Tennessee