This album is a split disc with seven songs by Cattalo followed by seven songs by Jumbo Catfish. The artwork is a three-color silkscreen, designed and handprinted by Justin Camilli, and is encased in a clear jewel case. Each album that is ordered online comes with an original doodle drawing by one of the artists involved. Limited run of 100 and counting. Support these starving artists and order your very own today!
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Lyrics by Keenan Vincent
if you want to be a rebel,
you talk to the devil.
you walk up hiding your halo.
put me on the payroll.
you’ll be working two jobs,
one with the devil, and one with god,
one down below, and one up top.
you’re still living on the same shitty city block.
down on earth, and it wasn’t really worth it.
didn’t you know this place used to be perfect.
i started crying when i finally learned that,
we’re the whole reason why it’s fucking burning.
my hearts on fire. my hearts on fire.
if you want to be an angel,
i heard it’s even more painful.
you’ll end up living a life not worth living.
i started winning the moment i stopped giving away
all my lemons, and started making lemonade.
i had a minute. i got another minute made.
i had a time limit.
i was deadline living.
well next time wishing isn’t gonna make the difference you really want.
and i know, i know you too well.
probably better than myself.
and we both know it’s not really working.
someone tell her to stop hurting him.
otherwise, she might end up murdering.
leave another boy with his heart murmuring,
yelling out god damn i should have learned from them.
i feel my stomach. it’s curdling.
my heart fell in and now it’s burning again,
as i watch her walk up and start flirting with him.
i’m sick of worrying,
about where you are. where do you want to be?
ready for the day when you stop haunting me.
i look forward to when you’ve forgotten me.
but the next time i see her. yeah the next time i see her.
she’ll have a smile on her face as she slides the knife into my rib cage.