#1
Believe it or not, this song was originally inspired by my car
that soon changed

Blues/Folk


Filth finds its way
Into the purest of places
Clutters the cause
Weakens the walls
Filth finds its way
Into the purest of places

It’ll find its way
It’ll find its way

Filth finds its way
Into the clearest of cities
Breaks down barriers
Scatters the streets
Filth finds its way
Into the clearest of cities

It’ll find its way
It’ll find its way

Filth finds its way
Into the slightest of seekers
Steals salvation
Lures the loss
Filth finds its way
Into the strongest of souls
Last edited by Fly-By-Night at Jul 21, 2013,
#2
I'd pick this apart for you, but I can't find nearly enough to complain about to warrant a full critique. It's a very solid, well-written blues/folk song. Not a word seems out-of-place, and the flow is absolutely flawless.

Bravo.

EDIT: Almost forgot to mention that your subtle, natural use of alliteration was beautiful.
Last edited by Winter Sky at Aug 30, 2011,