A Lonely Place For Dying Original Motion Picture Maxi​-​single

by Brent Daniels

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This is the title song from the award-winning independent feature film A Lonely Place For Dying, an espionage/action/thriller set in the Mexican desert during the Vietnam War featuring Academy Award Nominee James Cromwell (W, L.A. Confidential) and Michael Wincott (Alien: Resurrection, The Crow).

This maxi-single features the 1970's-inspired rock version from the theatrical release, as well as remixes by Brent Daniels, Daniel Lenz (Hednoize, Psykosonik, Alice Cooper, Xzibit) and Bern Locker (Urban Voodoo, Godhead).

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released September 26, 2008

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Track Name: A Lonely Place For Dying [Brent Daniels Theatrical Mix]
Can anyone hear me?
Can anyone find me?
My faith is chained around me
A prison built up with with lies
Why hast thou forsaken me?

There's no more use in denying
This is a lonely place for dying

It's ain't what they sold me
And no one can save me
All that I had before me
Disappears with the light
But I won't go out on my knees

There's no more use in denying
This is a lonely place for dying
There's no more use in denying
This is a lonely place

Calling your name now
Calling your name now
Hey anyone
Calling your name now

Hey anyone
There's no more use in denying
Calling your name now hey anyone
This is a lonely place for dying
Calling your name now hey anyone
There's no more use in denying
Calling your name now hey anyone
This is a lonely place
Calling your name now hey anyone