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Misophonic Minds: Another Corner of Barnsley Counter Culture

by Of National Importance Records

A gentle push to The small of my back On my way down I look through the windows I see all kind of problems All mostly the same A heavy drink Of stirring emotions As time travels through The last of myself My tight-fisted heart Is slowly dissolving No longer volatile Just soaring and free The ill at ease Start taking over
Catch yourself a penny's worth, and from the wave-bound ship alight. Maintain the habit right from birth, and keep your field of vision slight. Take your mind away from every inclination thought instils. Focus on the vial and it shall answer prayers of latent will. It lays you down, a child sedate inside a crib with hidden bars. It draws your gaze up to the ceiling pointing out fictitious stars. And in time you'll come to see those hollow points of light. You'll never question if you're free, or ever doubt your sight. Shrink and wither youth's unrest. Fight expires before it's time, but don't you mourn the childhood tests; a tranquil hand commits no crime.
Hear the song Hear the note On you I count On you I dote Face to face Back to back From the world we stand remote I'm in the mirror of your eyes That harbour hope Be still; the weight we bear A white feather in the air I remember The tide kept us apart I remember And heavy was my heart Here it comes Here it goes Lift the weights Untie the boat A glimmer dancing off the sea Glint in your eye, reflecting me This is love We will cross these tides This is love Now endless may it bide Be still; living on and on A white feather and we're one I remember The sea kept us apart I remember And like thunder went my heart I remember Plans were left unmade I remember I departed and you stayed I remember I remember Now look how far we've come
You chase these painkillers with vodka Pull yourself into me and tell me, listen Tell me how no-one compares to she But how nothing's better than me Don't know what it's gonna be You said you'd run into the road Screaming at the top of your lungs Oh, she's got to know I think that's when I guessed Maybe it's your mind I read I knew it wasn't me A lot can happen in a year God, I still wish you were here Cos I wasn't good for what you do My love wasn't toxic enough for you I guess that set you free Twelve months now gone I wonder how you're going on Remember the time you fell in love You fell in love with a drug How is she Well tell me how she's better Better than the weather on the west coast Tell me how she made you Made you feel better Cos that, that could be me And tell me how you've never never been better than you've ever been Tell me how she made your Made you feel better Cos that, could never could be me



Cat No: ONI17

Artwork design by Jamie Briggs. Original illustration by Hattie Lockwood

All copyright belongs to the respective artist(s) except where noted. For full credits, and links to more from each artist, click the title of each song or visit this page: www.ofnationalimportancerecords.co.uk/misophonicminds

Of National Importance Records is an independent record label based in the same location that all these artists originate from; Barnsley, South Yorkshire, Northern England.

All proceeds from the sale of this compilation will be donated to Willow Foundation. Willow is the only national charity working with seriously ill young adults aged 16 to 40 to fulfil uplifting and unforgettable Special Days. These Special Days enable them and their families to reconnect and refocus on each other while enjoying an activity of their choosing.

For a much wider picture of the blooming Barnsley music scene visit: www.alternativebarnsley.com


released April 27, 2015


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