GO! RUN! HIDE! RUN!

from by Justin Lacy and the Swimming Machine

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lyrics

We lie and we stay out, we walk about, and breathe the night air
And we coax a fire, in envelope's and postal-note's tin
And here they come, oh shit, hide.
The headlights are growing
Hide. Under pampas-grass hangings

And they chase us through the quiet
They run us through the warm air
And they force us through the forest
And we keep on running
Go! Run! Hide! Run!

We cut the ocean, on splinters and fishermen’s lines
And with nothing left to do, we slip ourselves on back inside
Crawl under covers, and we hide.
From all that is out there. We close our eyes and we
Hide. Behind sheetrock-wall shelters.

And they chase us through the quiet
And they run us through the warm air
And they force us through the forest
And we keep on running
Go! Run! Hide! Run!

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from Overgrown, released October 30, 2012

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Justin Lacy and the Swimming Machine Wilmington, North Carolina

The Swimming Machine runs on combustion. Fill it with fuel – a blend of upright bass, sax, guitar, banjo, mandolin, violin, xylophone and trumpet. To ignite, whistle, shout, and sing. Oxygen is required. Stomp if it gives you any trouble. To get the pistons turning, stir in some tambourines, buckets, shakers, cymbals, spoons, a tin can and as many floor toms as you can get your hands on. ... more

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