Song 3

by Junk Drawer

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Recorded live at Smalltown America with/by Caolan Austin & Chris Cassidy on March 14 & 15, 2016.
Accusations of J Mascis plagiarism by Chris Cassidy.
(Therefore) Mixed by Caolan Austin.
Mastered by Dan Coutant at Sun Room Mastering.

Song 3 is taken from 'The Cult Fat Guy' EP, coming soon.

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Dazing through another day,
Signing names and paying endless dues,
Filter out the padded self, polish it but make it visceral,
Sometimes it helps with it all.

{Ripping Guitar Solo}

Play to your strengths, predestination has it’s perks,
Parallels everywhere you look,
Commitment’s nothing but a breeding ground for further discontent
Don’t place too much stock in not-for-profits

Forget about it,
Sometimes a yes is never enough,
And as life passes you by,
You’re a better fling than a friend,
It’s a bigger sin than a threat,
There’s no perfect fit, I’m afraid.

{Ripping Guitar Solo}

She’s shot herself again, he’s more machine thaan maaan,
Forget about it now, you can read me like a thesaurus
Sometimes I don’t even care if it’s my way all day

If you fail the Choosing, as context is skewing,
All the good intentions are just an easy way to play / paler shade of grey,
If nine-tenths are moving, everyone is losing,
All the good intentions are just an easy way to play / paler shade of grey.

If you’ve had enough, I think I’ll forget,
When you’ve had enough, it’s time to forget
I’ve had enough, I think I forget
Background noise can cause me to forget
If you’ve had enough of feeling content,
There’s no replacement for content.


released August 30, 2016
Music by Junk Drawer.
Lyrics by Stevie Lennox.



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Kitchen sink indie rock

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