Sing Me Something Sinister

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SING ME SOMETHING SINISTER
lyrics by B. Snaith

everything you thought you knew.
everything you thought you knew has broke in two,
been thrown into the sea.
everyone is watching you,
everyone you thought you knew,
everybody tortures you
for what you do and what you did to me.
everyone you thought you loved,
every fucking god above.
everybody is a judge and jury.
they're injuring/enduring me.
guess i could philosophise,
i wouldn't wish to jeopardise
(i'd capsize this boat).

sing me something sinister.
something to distract me from the facts as they administer the pain. again and again.

nobody apologised. condescend and patronise.
everyone is telling lies that don't hold water.
if only I could sympathise.
but now it's right up to my eyes.
telling secrets, telling lies like they shouldn't oughta.
everything you thought you knew,
everything they taught to you
just brought to you the truth.
the truth turned out to be untrue.
sinking on this ship of fools,
everything you learned in school, e
very single fucking rule was cold and cruel.
we swim with fishes. but these are vicious.

sing me something sinister.
something to distract me from the facts as they administer the pain. again and again. again and again

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from Gig Economy, released May 20, 2020
Written by Barry Snaith

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Seja is an independant and quirky record label. We release music in high quality audio and support the ideas behind the DIY scene. That’s why we press in limited editions (low quantity with high spirit) and preferably on vinyl. Seja brings contemporary music often with roots in the past. We encourage bands to come up with great and new material. ... more

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