Great Kills

by Mail the Horse

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released on TinyRadars (Northampton,MA)
September 27, 2012
TR-03
tinyradars.net

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released 27 September 2012

This album was recorded at the Gates Motel in Brooklyn, New York during the beautiful Spring months of 2012.

All songs written, arranged and performed by Mail the Horse
Engineered, produced and mixed by Jacob M. Calo
Co-Produced by Mail the Horse
Mastered by Carl Saff

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Track Name: Do You Still Come Home
She falls asleep like a cat in a ditch
What her surfer friends would say if they saw this!
Though she was a sailor-type for a long time,
getting drunk with the valley boys in the spring time,
that’s not the life that she leads now.
She sings the blues and she comes loud.

There’s never gonna be another one for me to love
We’re never gonna be this young again, so let’s give up

There’s always money comin’ but it’s goin to the banks
We gotta pay for those four good years that we had.
You’re so good in your heart that you sold your car for us,
and you keep on cuttin’ your hair so your mother never sees it long--
when you crawl back home, she always liked it long
when you crawl back home, she always liked it long

There was a time I wrote great northern poetry
How when you tasted love, you loved so curiously
Now do you still come home for me, and me alone?
Do you just love me now cos I’m your addict son?

There’s never gonna be another one for me to love
We’re never gonna be this young again, so let’s give up