No Goodbyes

by Gleemer

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I'm not working out for you now. You're not losing. I might spill out, and so you said I come home too late. The college boys found you unsettled. and I'm not who I was, and I'm not what you said, and I was so unprepared when you loved me instead of them. And so you said I'll start walking home.
You left the party a bit too soon, so you could lay on the bathroom floor. Your brother called me a shit for leaving you outside of Carrie's apartment. Will you stop being such an asshole? I wish my dad would stop drinking. I wish my friends would stop thinking about all the reasons I stay home now.
Peel up my sorrow like I won't be here tomorrow. You're the only side of losing I can't take. He'd have worn it backwards. So, I called your dad a liar, and pulled him out from under my tires. Your uncle melted in the gasoline you felt it, and the party that July sank through your skin. ... So I drove from Colorado, and drug myself from deep to shallow. Oh, wash over my lover boy.
I like your hair, but they're pulling it out from the furniture. You left the lake on a lighter note, but I could tell you were crying home. I felt different lying on the sand while you washed out. You pulled my foot to let the water rush around my chest. All you ever wanted to do was prove me wrong. I'll hold your hair, but you're throwing up all on the furniture. You pulled my shirt off alone again, but I could tell you were caving in.


This EP is about a party that happened at a young college guy's parent's lakehouse. Each song is about a different person that attended.


released January 24, 2015

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Recorded/mixed in my basement
Drums - Graham Moore
BGVs - Matt Roberts
Artwork - Jack Garland

Mastered by Space Magnetic Studio
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