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The Past Four Months

by Twin Cities

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So Leave 01:52
Before you walk out, let me explain my indifference, impatience and lack of dignity. I’m sorry. I know I’m not anything you hoped I would be, so leave. Who would blame you?
I Can't 04:12
22 years old isn’t what I thought it’d be at 17. Aching skin and bones, a bed with dirty sheets, don’t ask more from me. Because I can’t be what you want or need even if I wanted to. The blame is not on you. My nights end the same, thinking of you. Morning never change, always ready for something new. But if it never comes, I’ll just string you along as you wear from apathy. Please don't ask more from me.
Are You 03:40
I’m not too sure about many things these days Counting the time between every word you say I’m filling gaps in to keep interested Living fiction alone inside my head You are making a big mistake on me Turn off the lights We’ve got nowhere to go I’m grasping for time cause I can’t get a hold I guess I’ve done all there is that I can do Loving the past cause it always leaves too soon
I’m locking eyes with my computer screen That’s standing in for my TV That replaced some gorgeous girl That I gave up some friends for. It’s got your eyes, your witty tastes There aren’t goodbyes, just replays. The past four months I’ve been faking dead Living life safely from my bed But it’s time to get my shit together I miss you, but I can’t just wait forever For nothing So I’m working on going out Giving up my post in this house I should probably shave, pay my rent Clean this place, leave my apartment I’ve been too afraid of what’s to come To even try moving on But now I know my faults, know my mistakes I’ve learned some things, I’ve found my place So I guess someday I’ll try all this again I miss you, but I guess this is the end Of nothing


released December 7, 2013

Ryan Stoldt: Vocals, Bass, Guitar
Will Erickson: Drums, Bass, Noise

Recorded and mixed by Justin Gadell
Album Artwork by Emily Ritter


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