Two am or something, and the past won’t leave the present alone, won’t leave me alone. & the underground’s not for
everyone, the things you learn working
the graveyard. & although I’d never listen, your voice is loud in my god damn head, boy. all the other animals are laughing at me & you.
Yeah, it’s just me and you
Can’t escape this perspective or the mark that was left on me, damaged goods for the world to see, they walk straight past and away from me, will you?
I know what those hands can do, how I wish you’d use them on me, like I was an instrument, feels good, doesn’t it?
Yeah, I know I am lucky, this makes me feel better, this makes me feel animal & reel
Then two am came around, drove his car into the ground. Smother the pain with sound, or is it just bringing you down?
Let’s talk about saving face, let’s talk about putting me in my place, come & then walk away, as long as you came.
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This album is so painfully beautiful. Julien's voice is delicately strained and her words paint vignettes that range from delicate somber memories to muted pain. The guitar tones and thin texture of the layering leave this album feeling very intimate and raw. Among the best things I've heard this past year. Jake Gussman