Junior June

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A heartfelt homage to parenthood. Taken from Redline Graffiti's upcoming EP "The Drill"

lyrics

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

credits

from The Drill, track released February 11, 2014
Written, Sung & Composed by Drew Moten
Produced & Arranged by Drew Moten & Donald Martin
Mixed by Donald Martin
Recording Engineer - Ken Barnum at Recording Arts|Fairfax, VA
Piano - Drew Moten
Drums - Dantè Pope
Guitar - Ajene Harley
Drum Programming, Samples, Bass Synth - Donald Martin
Junior June - Malvin Moten

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Redline Graffiti Washington, D.C.

Four Piece Electro-Rock Newcomers. Viva Redline!

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