Who Sang Solace? Fuel

Fuel Something Like Human cover art
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Carl William Bell
release date: 2000-9-19
genres: Rock
styles: Alternative Rock/Hard Rock
length: 2:58
producer: Ben Grosse
lead vocals: Brett Scallions
vocal: Carl Bell
mixer: Ben Grosse
recording engineer: Lloyd Puckitt, Ben Grosse and John Parthum
guitar: Brett Scallions and Carl Bell
programming: Blumpy and Ben Grosse
co-producer: Carl Bell
additional recording engineer: Jason Stasium
bass guitar: Jeff Abercrombie
assistant engineer: Todd Parker, Timmy Olmstead, Dave Fisher, Rick Behrens, Aaron Lepley and Jeff Moses
drums (drum set): Kevin Miller
Draw the shades and close my eyes
(I never want to see again)
I found the cost of courage high
(Sometimes hard to pay)
I hear the song the Sirens sing
(Calling on the shore for me)
So sell your soul and try to fly
(The tether still remains)

And all the finer things they laid upon my table
Smiled as their hooks were slowly sinking in

Another pill I'm to consume
(To make me learn to feel again)
Is followed by another one
(To make me loose the same)
God, if I could recognize
(The things to make me whole again)
And draw this air into my lungs
(Remember how to breathe)

For as the curtain rose I danced as I was able
Felt my deception slowly sinking in

And so I turn to you, my love
(For the solace that is there)
And offer any cherished thing
(For a slight reprieve)
I hoped that you might find me here
(And I could learn to smile again)
And as a balm for these wounds
(Take away the sting)

And as the band did play your body I did cradle
I should have known that song would have to end

CD 1
  • 1 Last Time
  • 2 Hemorrhage (In My Hands)
  • 3 Empty Spaces
  • 4 Scar
  • 5 Bad Day
  • 6 Prove
  • 7 Easy
  • 8 Down
  • 9 Solace
  • 10 Knives
  • 11 Innocent
  • 12 Slow

  • Album Information
    label: 550 Music
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 074646943625
    script: Latin