I'm Alone, You're Alone

from by Justin Lacy and the Swimming Machine

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Comes in a 4-panel matte digipack featuring Wilmington artist Kate Winchell's detailed scratchboard illustration.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Overgrown via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    The limited edition 12" vinyl version of "Overgrown," pressed by United Record Pressing, and featuring Wilmington artist Kate Winchell's detailed scratchboard illustration.

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lyrics

I’m alone, you’re alone
I’m just looking for someone to hold,
Oh Lord, the carpet in my car the bleach is eatin' away
It’s pink and it stinks and it’s s’posed to be gray
It’s not
supposed
to fall
apart
that way

Where’d you go, where’d you go?
I’m alone, you’re alone, you know
The roaches in my house don’t live very long
I can’t help but think the narrative's wrong
It’s not
My tongue
Don’t take
My tongue
Just let, me feel
Something worth the feel

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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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