Sea Of Violence

from by Teethmarks



I used to love you, lover, but now it feels so wrong. We used to go out drinking. Dancing all night long. I came home late one night, her face bathed in the TV’s light. We all sleep alone. I never sleep alone. Under the covers, we can rest our bones. I’m drinking like a dog can bark. I’ll meet you at the high water mark. Veiled threats and hyperbole. You’ll find me lying in the still of the weeds. We tried to save our money, but now the money’s gone. Just blame the neon sign. Just blame it’s siren song. A sea of violence, rising higher. Words you said on a Friday night:

“Hold me closer. Hold me tight”.

Market crashed on the house again. I went out to find some friends.


from Survival, track released October 28, 2014
Written & arranged by Teethmarks

Jesse Bennett - Guitar / Vocals / Piano / Feedback
Graham Christian - Vocals
Joe Drebit - Drums
John Wellman - Guitar & Bass / Theremin

Recorded February 2014 at Progold Studios, Toronto
Produced by Ian Blurton & Teethmarks
Recorded and mixed by Ian Blurton
Mastered by Audioseige

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