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(this song is by Nick (they/them)
Scream it into the wind
I swear this is not where I end
you can claw your way up or just dig your way down
fear the dust fear the heat
this is where it went down feel the ghosts drag your feet
where the dogs and the train and your past all converged and took flight
oh they carry us terrified into the night
I will drink too much coffee and hold my fears tight
if they're gone then hell who am I?
write it down burn it up
if the past is a minefield how do we look up
just enough just to try to learn trust
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A friend shared this album with me a couple of years ago and I latched on to it immediately, for it was (and still is) my lifeline. The style is like nothing I've ever heard before and the lyrics are everything I've never been able to say. There just is this palpable awareness of the human condition that I've yet to find anywhere else. dobb's-playlists