Treehouse (The Grapes of Wrath album). Treehouse was the second CD by The Grapes of Wrath, released in 1987 on Nettwerk. Peace of Mind" was the band's first single to reach the RPM singles charts in Canada, peaking at "Backward Town" and "O Lucky Man" were also released as singles. The album was produced by Tom Cochrane
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The sun won't rise and shine Will you never find your peace of mind? My father couldn't bother To play the kind of role the job required Instead of trying he retired What so much shit to conquer To feel alone while so-called friends don't phone You know the pain is not their own. Each day I see the ball and chain Grow a little more ingrained And watch you corner pain Say'in nothing Nothing's gonna change. The sun won't rise and shine Will you never find your peace of mind? Coming over mountains To feel the tension hiding in these walls You see all trace of spirit fall My father couldn't bother But now he's back to find his place again Sorry but the book's been burned. Why is the world so damn unkind To one so righteous in her mind?
Artist: The Grapes Of Wrath. Album: Seems Like Fate (1984-1992). The Grapes Of Wrath - Realistic Birds September Bowl of Green, 1985 05:39. Artist: The Grapes Of Wrath.
the world so damn unkind to one so righteous in her mind the sun won't rise and shine will you never find your peace of mind My father couldn't bother to play the kind of role the job required instead of trying he retired what so much here to conquer to feel a long while so-called friends don't phone. you know the pain is not their own Each day I see a ball and chain grow a little more in grain and watch your corner pain. The Grapes of Wrath - Seems Like Fate: 1984-1992 Album Lyrics. 2. All the Things I Wasn't. 3. Backward Town (acoustic).
The Grapes of Wrath were a jangly alternative folk-pop quartet formed in Kelowna, British Columbia in 1983 by brothers Chris Hooper (drums) and Tom Hooper (vocals, bass), along with Kevin Kane (vocals, guitar) and the later addition of keyboardist Vincent Jones. In 1984, they signed to Nettwerk Rec. .Though it failed to break big, it did yield a hit single in Canada with "Peace of Mind. Subsequent singles and two more albums, Now and Again (1989) and These Days (1991), did well in their homeland but earned little sales elsewhere. In 1992, Kane left the band, and the remaining members went on to become Ginger. Ginger released Far Out on Nettwerk in 1994 (released in the . in 1995) and followed with Suddenly I Came to My Senses in late 1996.
Grapes of Wrath may refer to: a reference to Book of Revelation, chapter 14 verse 19: "The angel swung his sickle on the earth, gathered its grapes and threw them into the great winepress of God’s wrath. a phrase from the first stanza of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" by Julia Ward Howe. The Grapes of Wrath, a 1901 novel by Mary Harriott Norris. The Grapes of Wrath, a 1939 novel by John Steinbeck. The Grapes of Wrath (film), a 1940 film adaptation of the novel directed by John Ford.
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- Producer, Mixed By – Tom Cochrane
- Written-By – Chris Hooper, Kevin Kane, Tom Hooper