Three Tracks

by Evertim

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Our first three singles, grouped together as they have been for our Demo CDs given out over the shows during the first half of 2016.

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released April 7, 2016

Music & Lyrics: Alex Tuck
Vocals, Guitars & Bass: Alex Tuck
Drums: Dan Lucas & Simon Tuck

Recorded and mixed by Dan Lucas at Anchor Baby Recordings, May 2015 & December 2015/January 2016

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Track Name: When You Come Home
Wish it was Saturday
You've got the day off then,
We could be out of the town,
Dinner with your friends,
So I'll water the plants and tidy our room,
For when you come home;

Watching TV, Friday morning,
Coffee and my mind on your name,
Feeling like a dog waiting for you.

Cos I can see you stepping out the car and
I'll open the door before you get that far
I just want to make these Fridays worth the pain,
You coming home is worth the wait.

Pretty sure it's not pathetic,
It's just I can't leave the house without you.
And I'm certain I'm not alone here,
As I fall asleep on the sofa at 3pm.

Freezing over Friday evening,
Craving that smile when you see me,
Praying that you're always thinking my name.

Cos I can see you stepping out the car and
I'll open the door before you get that far
I just want to make these Fridays worth the pain,
You coming home is worth the wait.

It's been three days, and I finally got the news:
My house is a mess that I made just for you.
And now you're out there on your own without a clue.

And I wish I fixed that door that would never shut in winter long ago.
And the cracks in the ceiling that I placed buckets below.
I wanted a house for both of us but I never made myself a home.
It took three years to build this shell but I'm still broken and alone.

Still broken and alone,
Still broken and alone.
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Track Name: Bring Out The Black
I'm brushing shoulders with the past again,
But those memories are just acquaintances.
Through the crowd, the tap on my shoulder is you,
I could smell you a mile off.

The hazy summer on The Avenue,
Ninety-one tore my body in two.
Just when I had build myself up for you, that June,
You beat me black and blue.

You had my head in the clouds,
Knew that someday I'd come down.
Baby you've fallen so far away,
And I'll never hear you say you need me now.

I spent that summer indoors,
Fighting in the anxiety wars,
You pushed me away,
Blamed myself for letting you down,
Fucking hell, I found out somehow,
That you're no saint.

It brings out the black in your eye,
The shade you threw on me,
Well I'm through with the lies.
And hey, you'll probably never hear these words,
I don't care,
I'm singing for myself this time.

You had my head in the clouds,
Knew that someday I'd come down,
(When I followed all of your voices)
Baby you've fallen so far away,
And I'll never here you say you need me now.

I kept your feet on the ground,
Knew that someday you'd find out,
(Was I only one of your choices?)
Baby I've fallen so far away,
But you'll never hear me say "I need you now".
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