Year of the Rat

from by Eric Harvey

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How long must I wait for the winter to fade? Summer seems so far away. Once there was sun hanging high up above, money was tight, but troubles were few. Funny how things sneak up on you. Winding down as the lost concede, fall in line for the last stampede, feeding off the weaker ones, half awake to watch it all. King for a day, I’ve got nothing in mind my troubles seems so far away. Over my shoulder shadow’s growing longer. Watching the deal go down before my eyes, marching on in step with the times, fighting off the will to fend for myself again. How long will it take for the memory to fade? Summer seems so far away. The deal goes down before my eyes, marching on in step with the blind, fighting off the will to fend for myself again. They’re breaking out the good stuff now, raise your glass let’s toast the town. Give us back the will to fend for ourselves again, for ourselves again.

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from Lake Disappointment, released March 6, 2012
Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Synth, Piano, Rhodes - Eric Harvey; Drums - Jim Eno; Violin - Daniel Hart

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Eric Harvey Texas

Eric Harvey is an American musician and songwriter. Since 2004 he has been a member of Austin, Texas based band Spoon, appearing on the albums Gimme Fiction (2005), Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (2007), and Transference (2010). In 2012 Eric released Lake Disappointment, his self-produced solo record, featuring members of Spoon, Monahans, Other Lives, Bob Dylan band, and Roky Erickson band among others. ... more

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