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(The Man Said) Scorsese Is A Hack

from Heavy Lifting by The Father Figures

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    Recorded at Villain Recording by Byron Filson
    Jacket art by Mike Fisher
    Internal layout by TPStank
    Photography by Jim Hesterman

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(The Man Said) Scorsese Was A Hack

I’m on the ledge again
Staring over the edge again
I’m looking for something that’ll make me scream
At the top of my lungs
All the songs I’ve ever sung
I’m looking for something I’ve buried inside

So come inside
Or run and hide
So get inside
Let’s go for a ride

Someday soon a rain will come
And clear the streets of the scum
I’m looking for something that’ll help me sleep
Until the day when I awake
No more need for give and take
I’m looking for an excuse to be a creep

So come inside
Or run and hide
So get inside
Let’s go for a ride (ride ride ride)

Someday soon a rain will come
And wash away all the scum
The man said Scorcese was a hack
I said man you better take that back


from Heavy Lifting, released December 6, 2017


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"Like skating, punk is the band's lifestyle — and Phoenix has noticed, as the band has opened for bands like No Age, X, and Public Image Ltd. Reardon, Cornelius, and Lerma haven't mellowed out with age, and they haven't run out of things to be angry about. But there's a zen to their approach — a refined attitude that comes only with maturity, both personally and musically."

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