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The Golden Pony: Bonfire Feat. Suntalk

The Golden Pony broke onto the scene in mid 2013 with a string of bootleg remixes of old and new artists. They have since gathered over 5,000,000 plays on Soundcloud, had two #1 hits on Hype Machine, and have garnered hundreds of positive reviews in the blogosphere. 2014 saw the duo gain critical acclaim for beginning a series of remixes of vintage pop-tracks called “Golden Classics”. They also signed their first record deal have forthcoming releases in early 2015. With high energy DJ sets that showcase eclectic costumes and custom light up cowbells, The Golden Pony stands apart as a true musicians who take there productions and getting wild equally seriously.

The Golden Pony: Bonfire Feat. Suntalk

“Bonfire” was written after reading this proverb called “The Zen of Work”. It goes “When you do something, you should burn yourself up completely, like a good bonfire, leaving no trace of your self”. For some reason it reminded us of our favorite musicians who died young like Jimi, Janis, Otis, Jim Morrison, and Kurt.

The Golden Pony: Bonfire Feat. Suntalk Lyrics:
It’s too much,
moving through tides not so shallow now

such good luck,
too squeeze through the hour glass

It’s too much,
a tree so big i can’t get wrapped around

it’s enough,
painting your face in my mind

Catch the sun
paint your hair golden
like the morning sky

Before dawn
when the evil comes
put your hands in mine

Hear your call
i’m an animal
got to tranquilize

Trust me child
make it through the night
like a bonfire

It’s too much,
wading through ponds of old shadows now

such good luck
surviving the kingdoms past

and it’s too much,
your sea so big i can’t get wrapped around

it’s enough,
holding the hands of your time

Catch the sun
paint your hair golden
like the morning sky

Before dawn
when the evil comes
put your hands in mine

Hear your call
i’m an animal
got to tranquilize

Trust me child
make it through the night
like a bonfire

Catch the sun
paint your hair golden
like the morning sky

Trust me child
make it through the night
like a bonfire

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