Sedgwick

by Boys' Club

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released February 25, 2016

Zac Houston - Guitar and Vocals

Recorded/Mixed - Jordan Voth

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Boys' Club Winnipeg, Manitoba

Three piece emo/punk band located in Winnipeg/Edmonton



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Track Name: Sedgwick
God's light shines bright on Northern Alberta today.
Me and Erin talk of how we miss the rain.
I wait outside until there's no sign of his car.
She has me run my fingers up and down her scars.
We talk for hours about how she missed her farm.
Pours me a drink and then she sleeps upon my arm.

It's awful quiet now.

No choice but to appeal to cliché,
But life's too short to part this way.
I may never come back here;
You may never be healthy anyway.

Your head on my shoulder by the tennis court.
You were crying so I took you to the candy store.
Those sleepless nights spent in your car.
Your leg against mine in that dive bar.

It's awful quiet now.
I hate the quiet now.

No choice but to appeal to cliché,
But life's too short to part this way.
I may never come back here. May I never come back here;
You may never be healthy anyway.

It was quiet before you,
But you talked over my flaws,
You laughed with my depravity,
You wept beneath my cross.
Your universe always adds up,
Now I'm a fraction of myself.
You call it timing or bad luck,
I call it awful quiet now.