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A Glorious Field For Sawmills

by Honest Iago

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Tired, I'm so tired that I can barely keep my conscience awake
and these hands oh yes these hands, cold and worn, for the devil to take

and I stretch, this crooked spine, bent up and down just to push this body on down the line
then i sigh a raspy breath, and cough out coals, too dark to know what's left

(I don't know where I'm going, a mind of its own so I follow where it takes me down the line)

These words will break your back and contemplate a heart attack
I'm pushing forward but these scars keep bursting and bringing me on back

(trust trust trust trust the track, get get get get get me back)

This is what you get when smokestacks make silhouettes
Trees, they blur like time
Help me push this train on down the line

Nights beat back the day, and the fire in my gut keeps the demons away
Oh hot days, beat back the nights, the sound of grinding steel calms my nerves up just right

You can't turn back, when you're all but lost and the last one,
The last ember burns black and you know
Don't don't lose your shit,
come on kid, you got the guts, you got the gall, you got the grit

This is what you get when smokestacks make silhouettes


released October 27, 2017
Music and lyrics written and performed by Honest Iago

Matt Fradkin, vocals and guitar
Nick Norton, guitar and backing vocals
Hunter Knight, bass
Craig Vermeyen, vocals and drums

Produced, recorded, and engineered by Nick Tipp

Mixed and mastered by Nick Tipp at Soniferous Studios

Editing and additional engineering by Nick Norton

Cover design by Traci Larson


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Honest Iago Seattle, Washington

Rock / Punk from the left coast.

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