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released August 31, 2012

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Let's Go Nowhere Norwich, UK

Liam Pritchett - guitar/vocals
Stuart Sim - bass/vocals
Sara Harrington - vocals
Joe Dobraszczyk - accordion
Robyn Comfort - violin/vocals

All our upcoming shows are listed on our facebook page.

We are always looking for extra gigs and fun stuff to do so contact us via this page or individually if you're interested in having us play or something!
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Track Name: Don't Pray On Me (Bad Religion)
A grizzly scene on my electron beam/
Told a story about human rights/
So all of King's horses and all of King's men/
Had a riot for two days and nights/
Well the city exploded but the gates wouldn't open/
So the company asked him to quit/
Now everybody's equal/
Just don't measure it/

Well Hanson did it to Hester/
And Mark David did it to John/
And maybe Jack did it to Marilyn/
But he did it to South Vietnam/
For beauty and glory/
For money love and country/
Now everybody's doing it/
Don't do that to me/

A bitter debate and a feminine fate/
Lie in tandem like two precious babes/
While the former gets warmer, it's the latter that matters/
Except on the nation's airwaves/
And custodians of public opinion stayed back/
After vainly discussing her rights/
Lay hands off her body/
It's not your fucking life/

Now I don't know what stopped Jesus Christ/
From turning every hungry stone into bread/
And I don't remember hearing how Moses reacted/
When the innocent first born sons lay dead/
Well, I guess God was a lot more demonstrative/
Back when he flamboyantly parted the sea/
Now everybody's praying/
Don't pray on me/
Track Name: Pints Of Guinness Make You Strong (Against Me!)
Evelyn sits by the elevator doors/
It's been 37 years since James died on St. Patrick's Day in 1964/
But she could not hold it against him/
There were times when there was nothing she could do/
But lie in bed all day beside a picture of them together/
A picture of better days/

And just like James I'll be drinking Irish tonight/
And the memory of his last work week will be gone forever/
Evelyn I'm not coming home tonight/
If we're never together if I'm never back again/
Well I swear to God that I'll love you forever/
Evelyn I'm not coming home tonight/

In all the years that went by/
She said she'd always love him/
And from the day that he died/
She never loved again/
And in his wallet she kept in her nightstand/
An AA card and a lock of red hair/
She kept secrets of pride locked so tight in her heart/
It killed a part of her before the rest was gone/

She said "If I would have known just how things would have ended up/
I just would have let myself die."/

And just like James I'll be drinking Irish tonight/
And the memory of his last work week will be gone forever/
Evelyn I'm not coming home tonight/
If we're never together if I'm never back again/
Well I swear to God that I'll love you forever/
Evelyn I'm not coming home tonight/
Track Name: National Anthem (Less Than Jake)
Does being in debt feel just like a long lost friend/
Well just wait around cause the desperation's kicking in/

And its already starting to mix with one of my best pieces of fiction/

And it's called I’ll be getting by and I’ll make ends meet/
Does the forty hour week have you bent at the knees/
And you can't even see that everything's kept just out of reach/

Ever get that funny feeling that your future is not going to be bought cheap/
And that for sale sign that’s hanging on your neck might as well spell defeat/

Yeah its already starting to mix with one of my best pieces of fiction/

And it's called I’ll be getting by and I’ll make ends meet/
Does the forty hour week have you bent at the knees/
And you can't even see that everything's kept just out of reach/

My American dream is to have it a little bit better than my parents ever had it/
My American dream is to have it a little bit better than my parents ever had it/
My American dream is to have it a little bit better than it’s just a force habit/
My American dream is to have it a little bit better than my parents ever had it/