Superglued

from by Dana Lahis

/
  • Streaming + Download

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

      €1 EUR  or more

     

lyrics

There was a boy, he was born years ago
to his mom and dad and dog and aunt.
Most of the day he just set in his room,
reading books about birds and plants.
When he was 5 he learned just how to fry him an egg.
When he was 20 he learned what metastasis meant.

Boy oh boy, so many torments to destroy.
Yet I know you're superglued to your past and so you should.

Aunty is far and she lives in a bar,
drinking gin on ice in old Paris.
Dad works a lot, he considers the breathing activity a luxury.
The dog past away cause 18 and a half is enough.
And when mommy died it was slow, overwhelming and tough.

Boy oh boy, so many torments to destroy.
Yet I know you're superglued to your past and so you
should.
Let's take a deep breath and let them go, in peace they rest.
We did our best.

What are you more afraid of, baby?
Losing it, or losing someone?
It feels like hell invaded to your bones.
And when it ends, you just don't feel at all.

credits

from Mine, released September 14, 2012

tags

license

all rights reserved

about

Dana Lahis Israel

contact / help

Contact Dana Lahis

Streaming and
Download help