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Booth Bay

by The Honey Badgers

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The Honey Badgers' debut demo EP. All songs written, recorded, and mixed by Michael Natrin and Erin Magnin, Copyright 2011. Share this music freely ^_^

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released November 15, 2011

Recorded in a live studio setting 11/10/11 in the Gore Recital Hall at the Roselle Center for the Arts at the University of Delaware.

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The Honey Badgers Newark, Delaware

folk duet in Delaware. we would love to sing and write and perform for you - contact booking@honeybadgerfolk.com for any booking/press inquiries ^_^

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Track Name: Over My Head
I said you go down the line
To where you said never mind
I had no clue
That I’d blame you

You would think that all we had
Was all for naught
Yet all was forsaken
In this fight against mankind

If we are all knowing,
Then where are we going?
In this search for recognition
If we are all knowing,
Then where are we going?
In this fight against ourselves

If you were a dock I would moor
My ship to your piers every night
I would look forward to coming home
Back to Our Bay

If you were a bird nesting silent and free
I would fly around all day,
Bring you just what you need, oh yeah
She moves in her own way
Track Name: Down
Went down the water late last night
Got a 6-pack of nothing gonna fight this fight
With you
Got nothing to do

Drove down the water late last night
Got a free-ranging pickup truck and nothing to write
About you
Got nothing to do

Every time we sing the blues
Gotta keep it tight gotta make it you
Each time I see your shoes
You got two left feet watcha gonna do

Biked down the water late last night
Got a heart full of sorrow wanna fly a kite
Please do
Got nothin but you

Sailed down the water late last night
Got high hopes and my hopes let’s make it right
Love you
Watcha gonna do

Walked on water late last night
I was dreaming I was thinkin everything just might
Be true
Finally got you
Track Name: Anarchist Profit
Adelaide the architect sat drawing on the porch
Portraying far off colonies imagined innocently
Meaghan the anarchist asked me for a kiss
She stole my car I thanked her for the lesson of justice that she taught me

This gap between feelings and the fever
That brought me to be so enticed by the thought of
A life long lived full of love and true contrition, true contrition

Amber Constantine drove a doorless Jeep
That summer we went surfing and made some violent memories
Meaghan the anarchist asked me for a kiss
She stole my heart I thanked her for everything that she took from me

You stand up for what you believe, and I believe that too
Except right now you stand on a mountain of sinking half-baked lies
Your antique icicle shop will not turn a profit this year or next
Your plan of attack is flawed

Jerry the Greyhound driver on the route between me and
Denver, Colorado smoked his last cigar
He drove that 40-seater off the side of a cliff
Outside the town that he called home
Because all he ever wanted to do was fly, and his momma said
Try, Jerry, try
Oh you can fly, Jerry, fly
Track Name: Don't Remind Me
I been round a decade or two
Just long enough to have something to prove
That mankind is not that kind
Things get / outta hand in the blink of an eye
Friends move on and mothers will cry
There’s / not much we can do, but move on

If you waste away, then what will people say?
He had such a heart, too bad it fell apart
So hear me now, listen if you may
Friends new and old, today is your day

If people could do, the nice things that they always wanted to
Without being called fools, what a different world this world would be
Track Name: Appalachee
The sun is setting
On cold calm waters
The misty moon lies
High in the sky
And I have never
Seen such a skyline
As when I stay at Appalachee

I call this home
And it feels so right

Where the people and trees and stars all sing and
feel just right
And you’re free from everything until the end of the week,
back to workin’ that 9 to 5
Travel back in time just to relive the same life
But spend most of it up here
It’s the fresh smells and dark forest I wish I could take home

It's these cabin walls
That make me wonder
IF this digital life
Is worth the strife
This duality they call democracy
Feels like a train without an ending
Track Name: South of the Border
Well it's summer time and the goin's fine
Gonna head on south down the red line
Ridin' this train wherever it'll go
Gonna see if we can get ourselves down to Mexico

It’s been three long weeks hoppin’ trains
Followed the Mississippi round to New Orleans
Fishin’ for some dinner haven’t eaten all day
Can’t buy a proper meal with nothin’ to pay

Hey hey, throw off your fears, be rid of your tears
Leave behind your pain as this train rolls on

Texas heat; New Mexico sky
Watching all them states as they fly by
It’s been a wild ride, I wouldn’t change a thing
Border’s comin’ up, c’mon let’s sing

Why are we here? It’s that same old question everywhere we go
Oh woah oh the only difference is we’re South of the Border
You can change where you go but it doesn’t change who you are