This track was recorded live over 4th Of July weekend 2003 and was included as a free download on the bands page, despite being written by Mike Gross this recording is sung by Scott Jones.

According to the tracks Page the song is “A song told from the point of view of the person who wrote it.” and “Was originally a christmas song.”

The track as well as the entire album became lost media when was shut down until 2020 when the album was released again by previous band members.

This recording was later remastered by The Goldeneyes (Mike Gross, Scott Jones & Matt Glass).

Seasons change, but i’m not changing, let me be Lucinda
Tables turn, but I’m not turning, let me sleep Lucinda
And all I want (x2)
I still burn, but she’s not burning, let me be Lucinda
I’m a fool, but she’s not fooling, let me sleep Lucinda
And all I want (x2) Is to be alone (x2)
Happy times, but I’m not happy, let me be Lucinda
I’m alive, but this ain’t living, let me be Lucinda
And all I want (x2) Is to be alone (x2)

> Lucinda (2003 Demo Disc)

> Lucinda (The 4th Of JuLive)

> Lucinda (Understanding The Brobecks)

> Lucinda (JuLive Remaster)

> New Years Special (January 1st 2004)

Release:The 4th Of JuLive
Officially Released?Yes
Highest Quality:CD Rip
Mike GrossGuitar, Backing Vox
Dallon WeekesBass, Backing Vox
Scott JonesLead Guitar, Vocals
Matt GlassDrums
Lucinda’s Page