Bleach and Salt Water

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  • Margaret Fiedler was born in Chicago and ended up in the UK via Connecticut, where in the 1990s she worked with Dave Callahan of Moonshake. They were both interviewed by the fanzine between the lies for issue no 5 (undated) in which she said of this composition, which she wrote, "It's about a friend who was a junkie, but you wouldn't know that from the lyrics", adding most of the songs [on the album] were open to interpretation. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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