Sad Sack Canadiana

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    releases July 28, 2017

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1.
04:16
2.
Two Are Going
3.
St. Clair
4.
Parkdale
5.
Good Luck & Good Times

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releases July 28, 2017

Blake Enemark - Lead Vocals, Guitar
Adrian Vieni - Guitar
Dave Joseph - Drums, Keys, Backing Vocals, Guitar
Ted Turner - Bass

All bed-tracks were recorded live off the floor to tape.

Produced, Recorded and Mixed by: Gavin Gardiner
Mastered by: Dan Weston

Photo by - Jakub Blank
Design by - Adrian Vieni

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Track Name: Alright
everything will be alright
sometimes i wish that i could choke
on the words i should have never spoke
spit them out and tie them right around my throat

everything will be alright (this time)
try to keep the story straight
breathe it in, enunciate
try to think about the last time i ate

why can't i ever do
the things i promise you
i don't know why it's so hard to follow through
why can't it ever be
easy or hard to see
instead of always somewhere in between

everything will be alright (this time)
do you see me as a holy man
because i never try the best i can
nobody ever understands my plan

why can't i ever do
the things i promise you
i don't know why it's so hard to follow through
why can't you ever be
easy or hard to see
instead of always somewhere in between