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Small Houses', "Safe Kill" from the forthcoming LP, "I Don't Know What's Safe". Preorder the Vinyl @
So, that cuss comes by and everything shakes,
"Ohio", in a hoorayed calm,
so quiet I can barely make it out.
And those same three "O's" in a souvenir bleed,
a buckeye in a violent hum,
just mouthing, "I'm so glad you're here at all".
That door pulls back, that freckle leans in,
in a whole smile, an areola hiss,
that areolied sable, it's the end, the end, the end and it's the end.
But I don't need it, that's the best about me,
a stay's stay to wish I'm gone,
I don't need you, that's the best about me,
a safe kill to hurt me some,
a safe kill to hurt me some.
That metal shine, that telluride flinch,
you kneeling over with the sun behind,
trying hard to see what face I was.
It's best if I don't know what I am,
a catcher catching flesh in rye,
a kinda cuss that holds you up. credits
released January 11, 2019
Written By: Jeremy Quentin
Recorded by: Danny Reisch
Mastered by: Max Lorenzen
Jeremy Quentin - Guitar, Vocals
David Ramirez - Bass
Carson Mchone - Vocals
Simon Page - Pedal Steel
Sam Kossler - Vocals
Photo by: Matt Ford and Jeremy Quentin
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