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Death Is A Charm

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Produced by Vincent Cacchione

Patrick Curry - Drums
Bryan Copeland - Upright Bass
Dan Penta - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Vincent Cacchione - Electric Guitar, Organ, Glockenspiel, Synthesizer
Rob Karpay

lyrics

I woke up this morning way too early
Rolling cigarettes and drinking rose tea
I've finally learned to accept things that don't mean anything to me
I've learned to accept that I might not mean a thing to you
It doesn't really matter too much
Either way you and I both are still screwed

So if you see me in the evening in the forest walking won't you stop and speak some words with me?
Or you might find me sipping mint juleps eating peaches neath a cherry tree
You might know something to do
You might not care too much if I did that thing w you

So when you come back
To try and show us what it's really about
You'd better be ready for the weary to call your bluff
That death is a charm of your love

I passed out this evening way too early
Drinking buttermilk and eating roast beef
I've finally learned to reject things that mean everything to me
I've learned to not care that I might mean the whole wide world to you
It doesn't really matter too much
Either way you and I both are still screwed

So if you see me in the morning in the mountains sleeping
Won't you stop and share a nightmare with me?
Or you might find me sipping martinis
Eating figs beneath a walnut tree
You might know something fun to do
You might not care at all if I went and did that thing with you

So if you come back
To show us what it's really about
You'd better be ready for the weary to call your bluff
That death is a charm of your love

credits

from Nightmare Afternoon, released February 5, 2016
Recorded at Doh Ray Cabin - Woodstock, NY
Additional Recording at Duct Tape Studio - Bushwick, NY
Engineered and Mixed by Vincent Cacchione

Mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless Mastering - Boston, MA
Mastering Assistance by Maria Rice

Cover photo by Vincent Cacchione
Artwork by Toby Goodshank and Preston Spurlock

Words and Music by Dan Penta
Published by Whisper Doll Music ASCAP

Released under exclusive license with Yellow K Records

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