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Cedar and fir will break the earth, the sun will warm the morning
Economy class carries me past rolling green hills of Oregon
The jet is blue, the sky is grey, and I remain a fire
Eager and ready to burn my way through one more desire

We will move to a city sterilized
And try to find a heartbeat within
Money will come and money will go
Color and shadow will remain

Papermill towns, a desert red, the brick and mortar of Brooklyn
All of them ended abruptly as death when I wasn’t looking
I bid farewell to one rocky coast, I’m bound for another
Remember to shake my father’s hand and hug my dear mother

Some of my days are smooth status quo
Some are full of arsonist dreams
I never recognized that face
Now I know the mask wears the man

When the powder dries I will seize control
Eyes glaze over as the ocean grows cold
Grey weeks will pass and we will spring ahead
Afternoon screenings of Better Off Dead

Looking for a new metaphor
The perfect one to set me free
Cities will multiply by the sea
Standing as reflections in the night


from Down to My Last Million, released January 26, 2019
Trevor Smith: vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass, Fender Bass VI, timpani, grand piano, Korg Minilogue, handclaps

Jason Ingalls: drum kit, percussion, handclaps

Peter Himmer: vibraphone

Tess Gionet: violin

Maeghan Farnham: backing vocals

Todd Hutchisen: percussion, handclaps


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