Before We Began

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Before We Began

It’s always the sweet ones who’ll turn on you
Sour with every stab
How can you expect me not to do
What you’ve already done to yourself?

It’s never really who they are
Nothing’s ever really there
I called this one done
Before it began

He’s just a play-thing, a prop made of wood
Turn his knob watch him pretend
Still I kept trying and trying to break you
Shape you into my man

It’s never really who they are
Nothing’s ever really there
I called this one done
Before it began

You’ve got doubts that make you turn away
Without your doubts, would you really want to stay?
Anyway…

So I took my records and all of my friends
You kept your mamas vase
I left you there with your kingsize bed
Empty to make your own grave

It’s never really who they are
Nothing’s ever really there
I called this one done
Before it began

It’s never really who they are
Oh yeah…
I called this one done
I called this one done
Oh, I was so done
Before we began

credits

from The Snow Years, released October 1, 2012
Ben Sutherland-guitar, vocals
Starina Catchatoorian-guitar, vocals

Recorded LIVE on Analog at Coach House Sounds Studio in Chicago by Doug Leinen.

Contact: starinamusic@gmail.com

All songs written by Starina Catchatoorian
c 2012 Ghost Girl Records

www.coachhousesounds.com

Cover and Banner Photo by: Andrew Steiner
andrewsteinerphotography.com

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