Rain War EP

by Dada Trash Collage

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released January 12, 2010

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Track Name: Watching You Paint Your Nose
Watching You Paint Your Nose

We’re out loud
And I’ll leave you to your own imagination
I could ease your pain
And I’ve tried many times before
But you’re no longer listening
I wake up
The window is sunny and it’s prying open
My eyes and the hive
Never works without the honey
But the bees must be broken

Oh my sweet boy where are you hiding
These days in your mind
Oh my sweet girl how are things siding
These days through your eyes

The crossroads
Your influence shifts my shapes
To form with my fathers
With the outhouse trees clearing now
Where do we begin
When the bucket tips
And they’re reaching for their kids
So when will you regret
How we choke on our sweat
Just like Mexican wrestlers
Your body is already far wetter then mine
In your own anticipation of hanging dry

Oh my sweet lie
I wish you could see
What your doing these days to my mind
Oh my sweet lie
I wish I could see
What your doing these days to settle right

Because I’m watching you change your clothes
And smile through windows
I’m picking out the same stars that you are
From across this town
I’m watching you paint your nose
And lie till it shows
And I’m walking out with the same scars that you are
From across this town