• Artist: Nova Social
  • Title: Laundry Chute
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Dramatic
  • Speed: Fast (130-160)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Loops/Samples, All Other, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/1/0001
  • Lyric themes: Moving On Change Letting Go, Anger Hatred, Breaking Up Saying Goodbye
  • Lyric hook: Will you go on? Will you go on, alright?
  • Lyrics: Paid to give dirty looks the kind that don’t rub off paid to give insults the kind that don’t fly Solid steel the snow of the summer I don’t speak I moan the mating call attention to detail justifies being alone Will you, will you, will you, will you go on will you go on all right will you, will you, will you, will you go on Handcrafted, a memoir told in twenty parts Held over by demand and a series of false starts craft services prime numbers the best of the batch the six of diamonds lost in the shuffle a dozen eggs waiting to hatch Will you, will you, will you, will you go on will you go on all right will you, will you, will you, will you go on All the birds are exhausted and the tigers have lost their stripes the Bushman is off of the payroll He doesn’t want your advice With tenderness and a weather vane you come to me for a thrill but I threw the baby down the laundry chute and leapt off the windowsill Will you, will you, will you, will you go on will you go on all right will you, will you, will you, will you go on
  • Keywords: exciting, rock, Bass, Guitar
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Nova Social

To say that New York’s NOVA SOCIAL is beyond compare may seem to be a stretch. But then again, Skyscraper Magazine did say that their debut CD The Jefferson Fracture (Big Sleep), "sounds fresh and different right from the start." Nova Social's passion for good popular and unpopular music--bordering on elitism--fuels their own startlingly ambitious work. Fronted by singer/songwriter David Nagler along with multi-instrumentalist Thom Soriano and keyboardist Kristopher John, Magnet wrote, "We can all ...

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