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Etymology by Oyster Boy

Released on Wednesday, January 19th, 2011
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Jay Red Infinity 1997 Lyrics (by Oyster Boy)

In the backseat sprawled out on Sunday afternoon with some old favorite album; the car stereo booms. We always skip past “Within You Without You.” That there that's my dad in the old baseball cap. He explains Wednesday morning, why she won’t come back. Deposits his checks and we head home at last.

Fondest memories are made on slow moving Sundays when your father drives and hums, “Woke up again today, oh boy...”

Eleven years old in his room in the dark, with his knees to his chest and tears streaked down his arms, the whole place torn apart, clothed with thrown baseball cards... When he can’t shake the violence that’s trapped in his glands, he says “When I grow up and come to be a man, then I will crush them with these two hands.

I don’t believe in you. I only believe in violence."


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