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    Two slabs of glorious wax in a single sleeve, including lyrics sheet insert. Oh yes, baby.

    Includes unlimited streaming of The Collapse via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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lyrics

Man’s the only bird who has no feathers,
man makes no mistakes, he follows orders.
Heaven gets the best of every sinner
just to shut its doors on him as he gets closer.

A man will dig a hole and then fill it up with the remains of his soul,
with time.
A man ties a rope around the things he loves but when he grabs the other end
they are gone

There are as many wrongs as there are men
and we’re no better darling, so let’s pretend
we have somewhere to go, a destination and a call,
let’s pretend our hearts are lined with gold.

A man will dig a hole and then fill it up with the remains of his soul,
with time.
A man ties a rope around the things he loves but when he grabs the other end
they are gone

Man is the only bird who has no feathers,
man makes no mistakes, he builds more churches
Heaven gets the best of every sinner
just to shut its doors on him as he gets closer.

credits

from The Collapse, released October 28, 2016
Bart Davenport (bass), Charlie Bautista (fuzz guitar, synths), Shawn Lee (drums), Yuri Méndez (vocals, acoustic and electric guitar)

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