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09
Dec

SONG: Moons by the Tombstone Teeth



MOONS performed by THE TOMBSTONE TEETH

From the Full Length album “X the Unknown”

LYRICS
Mary Stewart had a piece of glass
pulled from a window frame mirror of brass
there’s a closet full of quilts in the back of the house
the patchwork kind that are hidden away
she padded them down on the floor to be soft
then ran cool water down the side of the tub
It was a warm night, it was a cold night
and she couldn’t remember what she left in the grass.

sometimes you can’t see the moons through the windowpane
the bristled boughs of the trees cut the sky.
Sometimes you can’t see the moons through the windowpane.

The moons came down like a shower in May.
The blue flakes rained and the stars went away.
It was a cold night, it was a warm night
and she couldn’t remember what she left in the grass.
It was a cold night, it was a warm night
and she couldn’t remember what she left in the grass.

PERSONEL
Lord Claudius (Keyboards, Bass), Bread Morton (Guitar), Djangus Khan (Drums), CW Cobalt (Lyrics, Vocals)

RECORDED
Junkroom Studios, Westbeth Building NYC (engineer Beel Hamilton); Overdubs, Mixes and Mastering at Retromedia Sound Studios, Red Bank (Adam Vaccarelli, engineer)

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