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One of the oldest tracks that started the process of looking to build a band after its response on Soundcloud. About a promiscuous farm girl in a District 9 type setting where she's sleeping with the aliens and her brother and dad decide to do something about it.
You're something of a hard knock
A big part, of everything you see here
Broken like an old clock, you take stock
Breathing in your big beard
Your sister wears a long skirt, she eats dirt
Kicking up a big storm
No-one likes to bite first, it gets worse
It's time to get the big gun
You take her up to high fields in big wheels
She always was a soft touch
Sucking on the fireworks until they squirt
Breathing in the green dirt
Her daddy bought her first car in a jar
Pulled it up with short strings
You'd better see she's ok because you'll pay
For kicking up the green's green
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Love at first sight. She's got a smile & freckles.
Listen to the effective stand toms at "Pre-Colombian Worry Song". Let's freak out with "Rose Parkington, They Would Not Let You Leave".
Overall quite an effective panorama. Decorated with a lot of attention to detail. birdistheword
supported by 7 fans who also own “Uh-Oh! (Debut) Mojo ★★★★”
tight, wiry and bold, with the extra heaviness being a bonus. the vocals hold beautifully with the guitar work, and after acquiring this record I listened to it fully, then again, then again. it is super good. John Tron Davidson