Split w/ Dividers

by Timeshares

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released 19 October 2012

All In Vinyl (UK)

Split 7" Series 3 Volume 2

Recorded by Mike Natoli at dickButt Studios in Suffern, NY. Mixed and Mastered by Steve Sopchak at The Square Studio in Marcellus, NY. Art by Jason Lubrano at Righteous Indignation.

Timeshares is: Jason Mosher, Eric Bedell, Mike Natoli, Jon Hernandez

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Track Name: Young Man Songs
You lie in pieces on the floor and call that slumber. We've hid behind terror and stalled, calling it cover. There's no cause or symmetry. We can break off the ties that bind... do it with me. Whatever make the pieces attach. We were always waiting. You were always waiting too. What else would we do? When it's always bad news. It's just like when we were young. We were spitting and cursing. I can still hear your fist catch the wall. It's begging for mercy. But we've got time and the ability. We can get it all wrong again... do it with me. Whatever makes the pieces attach. When is it coming back? You were always waiting. I was always waiting too. What else would we do? When it's always bad news. When you were young, you felt like a time bomb. And then one day you don't. Where does it go?
Track Name: No Says The Nose
I see smoke outside my window and it's turning black. I can see what's behind me now without looking back. All these problems seem closer than they appear. Can't help but think if I were anywhere else right now, this headache would be gone. Because I always feel better with the radio on and the windows down, driving through strange towns, away from everything. Waking up each morning tired. I go to bed awake. Dead end jobs can look exactly like green lights. It all depends on which road you take. Can't help but think if I were anywhere else right now, this heartache would be gone. Because I always feel better with the radio on and the windows down, driving through strange towns, away from everything. I should have left here years ago, to save myself from saying this. I've seen friends act more like a family than we ever have. Open roads feel more like home than home ever has.