|Vocals, Guitar:||Barry Johnson|
So you just stand there with a dollar at your feet. And you wait as I retreat to go get mine. And when I get back you’re still waiting silently cause my mother’s fast asleep right next door. Yeah, I’m 26 and I still live with my parents. Oh I can’t do laundry. Christ I can’t do dishes. What’ll I do without you? When your body fails you? When nobody loves you? All they do is miss you but they don’t even care. So be careful when you run down stairs. Be careful who you talk to. Or the wonderful way you walk. You are like a magnet for all evil cause there is so much good inside you. I wish that I could hide you someplace no one could hurt you. Where nobody could change you. I’ll lock you in my room. And I’ll tie you to the sheets. Cause I could watch you sleep for weeks. Oh the things you’d never see. If it were up to me.
Songs From Northern Torrance, the latest album from acclaimed California-based four-piece Joyce Manor is available now. The 10-track compilation is a collection of early material ...