They're Everywhere

by Jim's Big Ego

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They're Everywhere is the fourth full length Jim's Big Ego studio release.
Co-produced by Ducky Carlisle, who's worked with such renown acts as Susan Tedeschi, Bleu, Wheat and Norah Jones.
Features cover artwork by legendary comic book artist, Carmine Infantino. Carmine was the champion of DC Comics' Silver Age and is largely responsible for the success of such comic classics as The Flash, Batman and Adam Strange.
They're Everywhere is one of the first major independent CDs to be released under a "Creative Commons" license, which unlike a traditional copyright, officially sanctions public sharing of music as long as it's not for profit. For more information about Creative Commons, visit creativecommons.org
The last cd to be completed at Ducky Carlisle's Room Nine From Outer Space in South Boston before the fire destroyed it.

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released September 1, 2003

Produced by Jason Schneider, Jim Infantino and Ducky Carlisle
Mixed by Ducky Carlisle
Vocals Recorded at Notable Productions by Dan Cantor
Mastered by Jonathan Wyner at MWorks, Cambridge.

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Perform a Google search for "the Greatest Band in the History of Recorded Music" and your top result will be none other than Jim's Big Ego. Hailing from the small New England village of Boston, Jim's Big Ego compares itself to such major players as The Great Wall of China, The Grand Canyon, Antarctica, and other things you can see from space. ... more

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Track Name: The Ballad of Barry Allen
I've got time to think about the meaning of the thousand variations of the beating of a wing of a hummingbird suspended in the aspic of the world moving slower than molasses as I'm off to catch the girl who is falling off the cliff
and I'm there before she knows it
I'll be gone before she sees me
with my hand around her waist
I pull her back to safety
by the time she knows what's happened
there'll be someone else who needs me
because time keeps dragging on
and on
and on
and on
(time keeps dragging on)
I've got time to think about my past as I dodge between the bullets how my life was so exciting before I got this way and how long ago it was now I never can explain by the clock that's on the tower or the one that's in my brain
and I'm there before you know it
I'll be gone before you see me
and I'd like to get to know you
but you're talking much too slowly
and I know you'd really like me
but I never stick around
because time keeps dragging on
and on
and on
and on
and on
And you say the world goes rushing by
but it seems so slow to me
and you see a blur around you fly
but it takes too long
it seems so slow to me
(time keeps dragging on)
How I wish I'd never gone into my lab to experiment that night before lightning flashed around me
and time changed speed
now I have to try to be so patient and wait for calamity to strike
because when things change in an instant
it's almost fast enough for me
and I'll be there before you know it
I'll be gone before you see me
and do you think you can imagine
anything so lonely
and I know you'd really like me
but I never stick around
because time keeps dragging on
and on
and on
and on
and on
And you say the world goes rushing by
but it seems so slow to me
complain I'm gone before you blink your eye
but it takes too long
it seems so slow
And you say the world goes rushing by
but it seems so slow to me
and I want to be there while you laugh or cry
but it takes too long
it seems so slow to me
(time keeps dragging on)
and on
and on

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