George Carillo (Acoustic)

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An acoustic rendition of an unreleased song from sessions for our 2017 album Everything

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Just let your heart bleed a little while
As your words just fall like raindrops by the wayside
Like yeah, yeah, yeah
Just a fall from grace, tell ‘em we're all right
And when summertime came, we’d fade and watch the rain dry
Like yeah, yeah, yeah

You say you don’t mind these rainy days though
Wash your regret, watch the sunset, pass the time
And if you love me, come inside
But your love’s dead, covered in flies
Your father says you don’t get out enough
Your mother says you’re hard to find

Well I flow like superfly, sting like disease
I was dancing in the desert, now I’m blue like the seas
There’s graffiti on my soul, baby girl, and I want it gone
Could you sing it like a punk, could you teach me to breathe?
Are you flippin’ like a nun with a stick up her sleeve?
Screamin’ “Say your prayers, you know, you’ll only be here for awhile”
Ripped a hole in the sky and washed up on the beach
And I ran to a church, but there was no room for me
Have I fallen asleep or just fallen apart again?

Just let your heart bleed a little while
As your words just fall like raindrops by the wayside
Like yeah, yeah, yeah
Just a fall from grace, tell ‘em we're all right
And when summertime came, we’d fade and watch the rain dry
Like yeah, yeah, yeah

Have you faded away like nothing’s out there?
As your dark grows short on the pavement, longer days
And with a punched-out broken smile
He says “I hope yous got a ride”
‘Cause we all know you’ll only get nowhere
With meaningless shoes and worn out rhymes

Well I flow like superfly, sting like disease
I was dancing in the desert, now I’m blue like the seas
There’s graffiti on my soul, baby girl, and I want it gone
Could you sing it like a punk, could you teach me to breathe?
Are you flippin’ like a nun with a stick up her sleeve?
Screamin’ “Say your prayers, you know, you’ll only be here for awhile”
Ripped a hole in the sky and washed up on the beach
And I ran to a church, but there was no room for me
Have I fallen asleep or just fallen apart again?

Just let your heart bleed a little while
As your words just fall like raindrops by the wayside
Like yeah, yeah, yeah
Just a fall from grace, tell ‘em we're all right
And when summertime came, we’d fade and watch the rain dry
Like yeah, yeah, yeah

And I might need you for awhile
On your own, skin and bone, blood and bile
So in love, so alone, your hero
Never forget lessons learned from George Carillo
But come again
And be my friend
Just let your heart bleed a little while
As your words just fall like raindrops by the wayside
Like yeah, yeah, yeah
Like yeah, yeah, yeah

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from Gene Mildest, released October 25, 2019
Dave Ashcraft - drums, vocals
Brian Corbett - guitar, vocals
Sean Corbett - bass
Rob Ealer - guitar
Paul Tsikitas - producer

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