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by Murphee K

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Here's to plans we kept alive, encased in ice that we've been trying to thaw (with burnouts) As we wax nostalgic for yesteryears when we used to know just where to go We'd come out and play in another show In a makeshift place right down Depot We would sing along because we know all the songs all the bands would play Black dyes were highlights of red and green Time passes by so quickly now (good luck on catching up) Here's the plan from here on out: the status quo or start it all over somehow Worry not about your day-to-day Care not how to start, don't dare delay Cast aside the cloud of creeping doubts Deep inside you know you'll figure it out We'll be right beside you no matter what, just keep right on it... What's the matter, wait just a second here, Is it not the way it's supposed to be now? Say you must've tried from a thousand ways, every time the outcome remains the same, "I'm getting restless and I don't know what else to do" Say another rite for the olden days Feels like it just happened yesterday Break up the remnants that made up the past Burn down the bridges and scatter the ash Cut all the losses and paste wins along the way The path that we're on we'll regain before long We'll takedown, and scrape up, buckle down and build up We'll break down then make up, we'll never gonna give up As we strive on forward it seems somehow the past is gone and that all we got is the now That's to our advantage now So I ask you, "Man, what say you?" knowing it's the best that we can do So this time I'll try this one for you After that, who knows? It's up to you I'll forget the bouts and falling outs, "Man, I don't know what you're talking about" Ixnay the naysays, instead I'll stoke up the flame until it melts Hope you'll sing along because we know all the songs all our friends would play Black dyes were highlights of red and green Try not to deny what we used to be Keep on on plugging away at our dreams until we wake up, we wake up, we wake up, we're never gonna let up
Ang buhay ko ay napakahirap, ikaw ay hinahanap sa buong mundo As I step upon the edge of a chasm, spreading out the wings of an airplane Until it gets across the bay these words will be an anthem: Nasaan ka ba? Tibok ng puso ay "Aray, aray, aray..." Nasaan ka ba? Sumpa ng langit dahil sa iyo Eleven years since I've set sail, and so far it's to no avail, Eleven words, yeah, I have held on (Eleven thoughts I'm holding on) even though you might've moved on (Despite the fact you're moving on) I will sacrifice the best of times for the times that we have spent... And if you read between the lines you'll hear an echo of my lament: Nguni't, kung ika'y makuha Tunay ba'ng mahal pa kita? Sa loob ko ngayon ay walang kapayapaan Hanggang ikaw ay makita Nasaan ka ba?
It's starting to dawn on me: I miss you... more than I ought to be I'm staring at old frontispiece pictures SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE This beautiful day I'll brace this broken page with pieces that I'm picking up But little did I know the stories weren't where I left them off Said she's gone without me Said she, "It just wasn't meant to be" I used to make a wish before the blazes wake in January sky They were composed of hopes I've coated with reproach (keeps the powder dry) It started to rain on me: I missed out on opportunities And I suppose I won't get better from this loss until I've finally Burned all these thoughts of you (Oh she can't be...No, she...Please be mistaken...) Erased all these memories (Is she "taken"?) Wondering how can I endure underneath the past and soon forgotten until I can sing this requiem for me and you (Said she's gone without me) The fire bombs have blown and yet I'm still counting past the hour until dawn (until dawn) no sleep (no sleep) I won't be dreaming (I won't be dreaming of what) dreams of what life might've been could've been should've been Bury these thoughts of you (Oh she couldn't be...No, she...Please be mistaken...) Bereft of these memories (Oh she's taken) Wondering how can I ensure I would reach beyond this place, I guess I would never know How do I go on when you are gone? (Can't go on it's clearly in the endgame) When the final nail hits the coffin, will (Final as in Married and Expecting) I egress and be a ghost than spend afterlife in heaven?


Murphee K presents a pro-present, pro-future 3-song CD.

After recording The Missing in 2004, singer/songwriter George Ryan Perez took a long hiatus in Texas. But throughout that stint, he felt there was a hint of incompleteness left by the 7 songs, so he patiently laid out the plans to address this shelved album.

In 2007 the opportunity arose for him to move back to Gainesville, Fla. where he soon learned that all of the original members have moved on, too. (And rightly so.) Undaunted, he started back from scratch and recruited friends in town to help him rekindle that sunny, thoughtful, catchy punk magic from years past. This took a considerable amount of time, but eventually he found the right mix with bassist Chris Hencher and drummer Shuhei Yoshida.

To an extent, this album reflects that rekindling process; it elicits the unfinished parts and fantasizes the grand promises of "what life might've been". But it also recognizes that "the past is gone" and offers a mix of optimism and realism one usually attains with acceptance. After a successful Indiegogo campaign, The Missing was released in 2012 — eight years after its recording. And on the heels of that come these 3 songs from EndGame, its spiritual successor, the "final nail" that completes the set.

Closure never felt so good.


released January 31, 2013

© 2013 Murphee K

George Ryan Perez: vocals/guitar
Chris Hencher: bass/vocals
Shuhei Yoshida: drums

Produced and recorded by Rob McGregor on April 2012 at Goldentone Studio in Gainesville, Florida.

All lyrics written by George Ryan Perez.

Additional music sample on “Final January” by NoiseCollector

Band photography: Rob McGregor
Illustration: Bryan Koszoru
Design/Layout: Nancy Mae Perez

To the continued support from all our fans, friends and families. To all the past members of Murphee K: Trevor, Peter, Craig Ian, Matt, Nancy Mae, Chris R., Will, Ronnie, and Chris L. To Chris H. and Shuhei — aka. Murphee K version 3.3 — who recorded this album with me. And to Gainesville, Fla. for your support early on and, after moving to Texas, having a way of sucking me back in.

Thank you for making this dream come true.

Special thanks to the 2012 Indiegogo sponsors: Art and Gloria Perez, Melchor Perez, Mr./Mrs. Jason Martin, Glenn Turner, Maru Aiko, Alex Chubin, Dr. Ishimaru, Glenda Alicia Leung, Anna Liza Panton, Natividad Perez, Nicholas Hughes, Heshan Illangkoon, Tatiana Klimenko, Bryan Koszoru, Chloe Kwan, Eric Piard, rockho, Kris Simon, and (3) Anonymous.



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Murphee K is an indie punk band made up of George Ryan Perez and his talented Gainesville, Fla. friends.

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