Erase This - Single (96kHz​/​24bit)

by The Caulden Road

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04:57
familiar hands in familiar places avoiding eye contact with those familiar faces we've both been through all this before thought I could change, thought I could think it all away but my feet find themselves at your door tired hellos and expected graces take only seconds to fully erase this though memories fade, we still earned them for days you feel alone so if you have somewhere to burn them the smell will bring you home the smell will bring you home familiar days in familiar places the only difference in this typical case is where we'll both be when it's through I knew what you'd say before we even left that day but I had to hear it all anyway silent goodbyes and dissolving traces take only seconds to fully erase this though memories fade, we still earned them for days you feel alone so if you have somewhere to burn them the smell will bring you home a distant bell begins to ring sound the alarm; we're going in trouble is always left unsaid in this bed with you we were lead astray before I ever knew you but something we can't ignore is following through though memories fade, we still earned them for days we feel alone so if you have somewhere to burn them the smell will bring you home bring you home
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a distant bell rings like an alarm clock accidentally set on an empty Saturday the four seasons rushing by in an hour you wrote it over and over, how you longed for autumn's rouse so I boxed up every dead leaf I could find and mailed them to you if you have somewhere to burn them, the smell will bring you home feet maneuvering through carpet fields and valleys of instrument cases, sneakers, and Tori's CDs the four seasons rushing by in an hour cold piano keys and crispy confetti leaves red and orange and bubble wrapped-- burn them soon, babe

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Digital Catalog #TCR-05SL

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released February 1, 2019

Executive Producer: Alan Lastufka

Producer & Mix Engineer: Christian Caldeira

Mastered by Stephen Marsh

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