Living Alone

by MaryLeigh Roohan

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1.
03:30
2.
The Hunter
3.
My Friends
4.
Bang Bang
5.
Somebody Save Me

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releases 25 September 2015

This record was born from rough times.


The Band:
Chris Carey (drums)
James Gascoyne (bass)
Mike O'Donnell (guitar)
featuring
Erin McKeown (keys)
Olivia Quillio & Jason Brown (backing vocals)

Recorded at Edie Road Studios
Produced, Mixed, and Engineered by Jason Brown
Mixed at Starling Studios (www.starlingrecording.com)
Mastered by Jocko at More Sound Recording Studio

Photograph by Amanda Picotte

All songs written and performed by MaryLeigh Roohan except Bang Bang, written by Sonny Bono.

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Track Name: Not A Home
I’ve faded into the bed sheets
Starting to sound like the floor creaks
I never though I’d empathize
With the furniture in the rain
That you leave outside

Oh, honey, what do you see?
I look you dead in the eye
You look right through me
Baby, why don’t you tell me what do I do?
I know I’ve become a house
Not a home for you

I’m that hole you punched in the hallway
Our toilet that runs all day
I am the crack in the window pain
A big, old break that became
A part of the landscape

Oh, honey, what do you see?
I look you dead in the eye
You look right through me
Baby, why don’t you tell me what do I do?
I know I’ve become a house
Not a home for you

What if you came home, five o’clock
Pulled up in the driveway, your jaw drops
In front of your eyes is ablaze
The shitty, little, broken home that we made

Oh, honey, what do you see?
I look you dead in the eye
You look right through me
Baby, why don’t you tell me what do I do?
I know I’ve become a house
Not a home for you