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ZINK * GET TO WORK
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January 07, 2011 05:16 AM PST

SWEEP AWAY THE COBWEBS AND SWEEP AWAY THE DIRT
SWEEP AWAY ILLUSIONS AND SWEEP AWAY THE HURT

LET'S SWEEP AWAY THE BITTERNESS AND THE PAIN
BRUSH AWAY THE CLOUDY SKIES AFTER ALL THE RAIN

LET'S GET TO WORK, SO MUCH WORK TO DO
WE'VE GOT SOME WORK TO DO NOW.

LET'S GET TO WORK, SO MUCH WORK TO DO
THERE'S MORE WORK FOR ME AND YOU

SO MUCH WORK TO DO
WE HAVE SOME WORK TO DO NOW
SO MUCH WORK TO DO

OPEN UP THE WINDOWS AND LET SOME AIR COME IN
WE HAVE TO DO THIS DIFFERENTLY I JUST CAN'T DO IT AGAIN.

***** ZINK wrote this song to one of the great loves of his life because relationships take work and it takes two to make any relationship work... so get to work and make that relationship with the one you truly love work before it falls aparts, or to many misunderstandings occur and someone walks away when you need them most.

ZINK "Hard Times Again"
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January 06, 2011 12:59 PM PST

 
ZINK * YOU'RE SO FIERCE *
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January 06, 2011 12:39 PM PST

UNRELEASED NON-ALBUM TRACK WRITTEN ABOUT SOMEONE VERY SPECIAL TO ME... THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY... AND YET LESS THAN A MILE AWAY, BUT NOT FROM MY HEART

THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT YOU AND YOU'RE SO FIERCE
THERE'S SOMTHING ABOUT YOU, SOMETHING JUST GOT PIERCED

IT COULD BE AN ARROW SHOT RIGHT THROUGH MY HEART
AND IF I LISTEN CLOSELY I THINK I HEAR A HARP

YOU'RE SO FIERCE SO MIGHTY FIERCE...

note: Does anyone know how to safely remove this arrow from my heart?

PREVIEW FROM MY NEW ALBUM * "A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER"
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January 06, 2011 12:13 PM PST
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Self Produced Album * ZINK * the singer / songwriter / lyricist / instrumentalist / recording engineer

Encouraged by Dave Stewart to do it all himself... ZINK throws himself into this joyful challenge with gusto.... and here is the luscious result..

the new album "A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER"

13 TRACKS

OVER AN HOUR OF NEW MUSIC

HERE'S ONE OF THE NEW TRACKS FROM THE ALBUM...

"IN THE CITY" (GETTING WET)