Sorta Hafta EP

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Recorded at Dub Narcotic Studios in March 2015 by Calvin Johnson. All music and lyrics by Adrian Teacher.

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released May 5, 2015

Amanda P--Drums and vocals
Julie Doiron--Vocals on 'Old Graffiti'
Adrienne Labelle--Violin
Chris-a-riffic--Piano
Lois Maffeo--Spoken vocals on 'Let's Call In Sick'
Calvin Johnson--Spoken vocals on 'Let's Call In Sick'
Adrian Teacher--Vocals, guitars, bass, tympani, drums


Special thanks to Lois and Eric.

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Track Name: When Did I Get Older?
When did I get older?
Someone tell me why
I look into the mirror
And see another guy

Sit here and you hold her
Avoid her golden eyes
Can I say it clearer?
I'm not scared to die

Disappointed by your father
Disappointed all your life

When did I get older?
Someone tell me why
Look into the mirror
I'm not scared to die

This old glass was filled with water
Pissed away your modern life
Oh life, my life
Track Name: Old Graffiti feat. [Julie Doiron]
My songs are my friends
They never let me down
They never forget to call
They never leave town
They'll be here much longer
Much longer after I'm dead
I trust them, my songs are my friends

This old friend is my friend
He never lets me down
He always stays at my house
Whenever he's in town
He's planting tree up north
And burns the brush with gasoline
This friend can draw thing from my dreams

I'm glad you told me
I want to help you
If I can
I know I can

You see that old graffiti?
You see how paint lines fade?
Why can't you see the beauty
of a sticker torn and frayed?
That's stuck here at this bus stop
beside a patch of shade
'I was here,' your small serenade
Track Name: Let's Call In Sick
Maybe baby let's call in sick to work
You don't have to feel like some kind of jerk
For spending the whole day in bed
You and me relax instead

You just have to pick up the telephone
Tell your boss that you're not coming in
Plug your nose and fake a cough
You hardly ever take time off
I can get the coffee started...

OK, call him like this:

"Hello, Ms. Leckenby? Hello? Yeah I don't think
I'll be making it in today. That's alright, you sound pretty sick.
Yeah something's going around. Lots of people have it right now. See you Monday."

Coffee's on
You and I have not spent one moment together this month
What the hell's wrong
Why not?

Maybe baby let's call in sick to work
Coffee's done I think it's starting to perc
Under covers in this bed
You and me relax instead
How the hell have you been, baby?
Track Name: One Thing Your Money Couldn't Buy
One thing your money couldn't buy was the look that I saw in her eye

One thing your money couldn't buy was the smell of the rain on concrete during a hot summer night

I feel good
I feel right
When I'm lost and I wanted more
And I needed a sign

One thing your money couldn't buy was a nap on the couch with your dog tucked into your side

One thing your money couldn't buy was a hike in the woods the day before you have to go back to work

One thing your money couldn't buy was the love that I saw in her eyes