• Artist: Channing and Quinn
  • Title: The Corners of My Mouth
  • Genre: Rock - Alternative Pop, Pop - Alternative Pop
  • Mood: Quirky/Wacky/Silly
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Percussion
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/5/2010
  • Lyric themes: Release Needing Freedom, Soul Searching, City Life, Conformity
  • Lyrics: I stepped off the train today And ukuleles start to play The original soundtrack to my day: Life among urban decay And all the people have no face And they all sip pink lemonade Hoping it will wash away All the things they’ve come to hate But the corners of my mouth give it away The simple things they seem to be The easiest to overcomplicate Everyone’s a ball of clay We sculpt each other into shapes Desperately trying to make The one who fits our empty space It’s temporary and man-made Like little shots of Novocain They will take away the pain While numbing every muscle in your face But the corners of my mouth give it away The simple things they seem to be The easiest to overcomplicate Oh--- oh--- oh--- And the corners of my mouth And the corners of my mouth And the corners of my mouth give it away The simple things they seem to be The easiest to overcomplicate
  • Keywords: acoustic
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Channing and Quinn

Channing and Quinn

Nashville, TN United States

Channing & Quinn

This is the story of Channing and Quinn. A girl and a boy, who one day collided on top of a mountain in North Carolina. Channing had her arms full of lyric scribbled paper and her head full of odd melodies, while Quinn had a collection of instruments strapped to his back composing a soundtrack to every step he took. Inevitably, as the two collided, so did their music, springing to a life of it's ...

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