The Aaron English Band: "The Lullaby of Loneliness" (from the Live DVD)





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Published on Oct 13, 2014

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In an episode of the Fox TV drama Bones, a character made a mix of “the six greatest break-up songs” and gave it to a heart-broken colleague. The mix featured songs from alternative-pop stars such as Sia, Mazzy Star, José González, Antony and the Johnsons…and "The Lullaby of Loneliness" by Aaron English.

This video is a excerpt from the Aaron English Band DVD "Animals Like Us: Live at London Bridge Studio"

Aaron English: vocals; Patrick Strole: guitar, vocals; Mark Fauver: keyboards and programming; Miguel Mateus: bass; Derek Munson: drums. With special guest Diano Garcia: percussion, vocals.

Filmed and recorded at London Bridge Studio in Seattle, WA on January 29, 2012. Recorded and mixed by Don Gunn. Video produced and art direction by Patrick Strole.

Director of Photography: Christian Ford. Videographers: Trevor Sands, Xiren, Jeff Leisawitz, David Easley.


I'm alone with what's left of my life
while the moon cuts the night like a knife
I am starved as the sigh of the stars
you're the pulse in the rhythm of the hours
turned to years but the night never ends
you heal me you open the wounds again
and any promise of dawn of day
is so far so far away
the lullaby of loneliness
the lullaby of loneliness

just a sick little trick of the light
just the moon rolling cold through the lips of the night
just a whisper like smoke on the tongue
dying words of a distant sun
just the murmur of fire in the vein
just the winding of time on its chain
just the shadows the longing the deep
of your song but it won't bring me sleep
the lullaby of loneliness
the lullaby of loneliness

the night wears your face
the night wears your face


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