Needles Of The Tree

from No Map Or Address by Aestrid

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I am my daddy's dead son drowning in his whisky bottle
I wish I had the guts to find a way out of here
I hear my daddy's drunk voice calling and I hit the throttle
I wish I had the guts to let go of the consequence and make a difference

I have my mother's eyes reflecting in the window of the bus
I try to hide my tears but my heart's like an engine room
No way back, no future, I was never meant to get out this far
I wish I had more time but I now my time is up
I'm out of luck

I never quite knew what to say
'Cause I just can't pretend
I will always feel that shame
'Cause I kept losing till the end

Sometime I wish it wouldn't hurt me when you'd ask me if I still love you
I wish I had some nerve, but my heart breaks all the time
The needles of the tree are slowly letting go of me
You know what time it is when your friends invite you out of pity
I feel lost in the city

Sometimes I keep on playing till the sun comes up in the city
Hoping that you would stay with me
Sometimes I keep on running till the sun goes down in the city
I just hope that you would stay with me


from No Map Or Address, released August 31, 2014


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In the Spring of 2017 the band returned to the city that they fell in love with since the first time that they played in Canada in 2013. Kingston would be the background for the recordings of album no. 6. The band would spend ten days with a 4-track cassette recorder and some microphones in a beautiful house that looks out over a bay. The album is due to come out in the first week of February. ... more


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