Forgetery

Album: Club Meds (2015)
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  • All the everything pulled me inside
    Like a house in a land-slide, or a TV glow
    There in the thick of it, as I reeled in the light,
    I was drowned in the happenstance that all this information would leave me
    Back to the shadows
    Forgetery
    Forgetery alive and well
    Call it hands tied
    The illusion of choice
    Shot-gun wedding
    Rock and a hard place
    'Cause when I taste it, just one moment of truth,
    What I'm wishing would linger seems to leave me
    And I fear that distraction ever near me
    So I'm open and broken
    Feels like teething
    The sweet pain of the process
    Forgetery
    Forgetery alive and well Writer/s: Dan Mangan, Gordon Grdina, John Walsh, Kenton Loewen
    Publisher: ARTS & CRAFTS MUSIC INC DBA GALLERYAC MUSIC
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