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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Comes in a jewel case with artwork by Matt Coggins.
    Includes three exclusive live-ish bonus tracks: "Powerlines," "Bathroom Stall," and "End of the World"

    Includes unlimited streaming of When People Assume the Importance of Their Lives via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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~Bonus Track~
Written and first performed in 2012. Appears live on "Bathroom Stall."
Recorded live January 2016 in Otter Lake, Michigan, for the Basement Sessions

lyrics

Smokers have nothing to do so they do nothing at all
And nobody writes anything good on a bathroom stall
And I've been watching people watching people all day
Now I'm just waiting on waiting on people to wait

Life's not as hard as it appears to be
But it seems pretty hard as far as I can see
And beauty's in the eye of the beholder
But it seems I'm getting blind as I grow older

You can never run away from it all
Because the shadow of yourself will always follow
You can talk shit about me right in front of my peers
But just so you know I have two highly functioning ears

Life's not as hard as it appears to be
But it seems pretty hard as far as I can see
And beauty's in the eye of the beholder
But it seems I'm getting blind as I grow older

When life hands you lemons, kneel down and pray
When it feels too hard to make lemonade
If we can stand all this pain
Maybe living life won't be in vain

credits

from When People Assume the Importance of Their Lives, released May 27, 2016
Lyrics by Matt Coggins
Music by Earl Grey

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