• Artist: A.M. Elevator
  • Title: Last Door Out
  • Genre: Rock - Indie Rock
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic
  • Speed: Medium Slow (63-78)
  • Instruments: Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven)
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Moving On Change Letting Go, War, Independence, Other
  • Lyrics: The mother drinks her dark beauty in shots, exacting a toll she collects from the family. "Here's one for you children who kill me." "Here's two for your father who failed me." He fought a war, but did not come back half the man as before. The father leaves a wife less than all faithful, perfects his sainthood with raving and pain. "I douse the light to protect my honor, " "Draw the night over all her dishonor." He fought a war, but did not come back half the man as before. It lasted half a life more than she hoped for. She was blasted, blown away sooner than saved. A childhood not so simple. The child would walk straight out the door. He fought a war, but did not come back half the man as before. The father ?nds a dark hole for his honor, The mother fades slowly into the night. But the child would see it so simple. The child would walk straight out the door. He fought a war, but did not come back half the man as before. She dreams of half a life more than she has, Of beauty, thunder louder than shame. "What will I do with my childhood?" "Should I cut the cord like my dad would?" He fought a war, but did not come back half the man as before. Because he fought a war, but did not come back half the man as before. I say take the last door, girl, Take the last door out, Take the last door, girl, Take yourself straight out the door
  • Keywords: sad, Guitar, Lo-Fi
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