by Pastel Felt

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You're a woman you know what it's like to bleed,
bleed for a thought, a word, a blush, a need.
He was making jokes down at the bar,
watching you wondering, how you are.
Telling me more and more that's how it goes,
Smiles as a jerk, just let it go.
You're a woman you know what it's like to weep,
weep for all the ones, you know you'll never keep.
Your heart holds the reigns to an endless sink,
limitless to how much just one can drink.
Close your eyes, and the nerves are paired,
your fingers collect the pain that's in the air.
You're a woman you hold your bark you hold your bite,
hold them till your mouth is bloody, scabbed and dry.
Remember the ragged horse down by the lane?
When you approached him he ran away,
you turned to go, that's when he balked
he came you when you thought it's time to walk.

So long, and be well
know your heart is a little bell.
So long, sleep for more,
hope you find what it is you're looking for.

You're a woman you know there's magic everywhere,
it's the burden of love it's a mark, it's a dare.
Stuck in a body and not a mind
angry because you wont read mine,
bow you're head and hold it tight,
know yourself and say goodnight.


released May 10, 2016
Tara Milch (voice, guitars)
Craig Miller (drums)
Joe Gutierrez (bass)

Recorded and Mixed by Dan V. Weiss at Unicorn Power Studios, Los Angeles.



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Pastel Felt Los Angeles, California

Groovy, mournful, Gaussian blurred, surf gaze from Los Angeles.

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