The Drill

by Redline Graffiti

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1.
Mayfair 03:34
Verse: Staying late at Mayfair You know Jackie is still up And waiting for you? How's your little man? I heard your man's the little man on the drums I was the best me I've ever been When you saw me cry for parachutes Chorus 3x: And it rolls right off; we roll we roll fruit skin They sling hopes on our shoulders They aim to live through them *Verse*
2.
Two Face 04:28
Refrain: If you were then you would have by now, I can't be waiting all this time, I just can't. When you know for sure, come flip my coin, For where we are now, that is the best that I can do. Bridge: Excerps - *Sickness, Death, The Future, It all means so much more 2x* *Everything is multiplied by two* *Well, I'm afraid I haven't made myself clear, love is a wonderful thing.* *Refrain*
3.
Cuddlebug 02:53
Lyrics: We can catch a case of Cuddlebug And smoke and ward the Mondays off 2x What's your favorite movie, love? 2x Is that a symptom on your shoulder? Is that the cure there on your neck? Give you bruises Give me bruises Cry for me We can catch a case of Cuddlebug And smoke and ward the Mondays off 2x What's your favorite movie, love? 2x It's not as if I know you well Verité or noire Is that a symptom on your shoulder? Is that the cure there on your neck? Give you bruises Give me bruises Cry for me
4.
Junior June 04:40
Verse 1 Variants of 'A', were all she Ever was a 'G' about, but She dug that I was never so good there And she let me call her square Even though Chorus: You can say hello Say something else (my name is Junior June) (x2) Verse 2 You'd better learn to work was all he Ever worried me about but He thought that I was never so good there Dues; he paid two times his share Even though Chorus Bridge: What do you fear in earnest? Am I not strong enough? Do you love me still? And better I know, I know, that I have it Still it is hard sometimes You deserve yourself Some peace some peace You deserve to see your pride shared You deserve the world oh (2x) Junior June
5.
Verse 1 (Donnie): See, Go, Hooray It's one of those we're feeling social Feeling so well to do;Who is who? who is new? And who said what And do you trust them Revolving not nights but generations (Drew): But this one's ours So let's grab arms;And spin and make friends with the song that's on Our flaws and foes they never afford us the courtesy so lets keep them waiting and keep baiting them with our hands and eyes Chorus: We're all but Scene Flowers Verse 2: Got a connect he's worth his weight in salt and salts what he's pushing now; burn whatever needs burning leave the ash for the owner his burden now; its insubordination We could spend the night but it's best to know when to leave; turn now into nostalgia Instead of to 'now what' (Chorus) Nimble souls, we're feeling so worth living for, Simple souls; we're feeling sore we're getting old. 2x

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Recorded at Recording Arts|Fairfax, VA & at Mousai House|Washington, DC

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released April 4, 2014

Redline Graffiti is:
Ajene Harley- Guitar
Dante Pope- Drums, Percussion
Donald Martin - Producer, Composer, Vocalist
Drew Moten - Producer, Composer, Vocalist, Bass Guitar

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Redline Graffiti Washington, D.C.

Redline Graffiti is a DC based trio that take sonic cues seemingly from wherever they please and produce, in turn, “a daydreamy swirl of rock, electro, new wave, doo-wop and R&B by musicians too young (or maybe just too smart) to care about the idea of genre” (Chris Richards, Washington Post). ... more

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