• Artist: ted mccloskey
  • Title: Hopelessly Helpless
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Rock - Indie Rock, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive
  • Speed: Very Fast (160 +)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Self Destruction, Low Self-Worth, Alcohol
  • Lyrics: hopelessly helpless (mccloskey, ©2009) You’re back down on the bathroom floor Looking for a ragbag silver lining You find new ways to heedlessly misread memories That were not worth finding You’re helpless, helpless; you’re cut and exposed You’re dancing with some stranger and holding him so close Yeah you’re helpless, helpless and misdiagnosed You’re all inside your head and won’t give up the ghost You’re so hopelessly helpless You’re looking for a little piece of mind That you won’t find in a church or a bar I watch you drink away at your salivation On both sides of the boulevard Endless hours where you grab And pick at the scabs in once haunted rooms The floor’s covered with souvenirs From all years of reopened wounds
  • Keywords: peppy, energetic, happy, rock, Bass, Guitar, Lo-Fi

About ted mccloskey

Ted McCloskey's One Night Bland is a sprawling 23-track romp that serves up a snarling type of rock and roll that just isn't made anymore.

On it, he explores characters lost and not-likely-found anytime soon; if at all. The songs develop in a series of rapid-fire, pulsating, exposed nerve-endings that hit with focused power, using previously unearthed, glam-influenced, loud, electric guitars, and a stony glare aimed squarely at the target; day-to-day malaise.

The fake, unhappy, cartoon figures ...

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