Burying The Past

from by The Broken Bicycles



There are claw marks on the walls
From the animals that lived here
Only horror dwells these halls
For this house has only seen fear

No one can tell you what family means
Alone, dark, where no one could see
No one was there to hear your screams
You're still suffering at twenty three

standing next to you at his wake
I can feel your hand start to shake
Now through the tears in your eyes
I heard you laugh through your cries

"It's over now", “It’s over now”
“He is finally gone”


from Lost and Found, released March 4, 2011
Turkeyes Laffity - Vocals, Lyrics

Thomas Maddux - Ukulele, Tenor Banjo, Percussion, Melodica, Vocals, Lyrics

Photo by Erik Hess (www.erikhess.com)

Recorded at Old Fashioned Records
Mixed by Turkeyes Laffity
Mastered by Thomas Maddux

© Old Fashioned Records 2011


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The Broken Bicycles started as a ukulele duo in the summer of 2010.Since then the band has release albums spanning folk, indie-rock, and now new-wave.

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