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Fathers (By the Hamlet Machines)

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inspirational noisy-pop from the Gnostic disco thing. For some reasons, I never had a .band file of this I could open properly. So it's made from a MP3 with vocals added, which means there's not much I can do about it, and that it's not very different from the version posted months ago.
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Lyrics

My father
Said to me
"Sonny
Read the Bible and remember
A father
Can be a sucker
And sometimes he’d rather
Curse you & bless your brother"

My father
Said to me
"Sonny
Read the Bible & please beware
A father
Will carry orders
And he may need no reason
To cut the throat of his son

What is a dad
My dear son
It is but a son
Turned bad

A father
Is nothin’
`But a mean
Motherfucker"
Song Stats
Hits: 2263
Comments: 2
Fans: 2
Plays: 36
Downloads: 110
Votes: 1
Uploaded: Feb 05, 2007 - 08:00:57 AM
Last Updated: Feb 05, 2007 - 08:00:57 AM Last Played: Jul 25, 2019 - 09:27:51 AM
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Hardware:
G4 & G5, M Audio-49
Software:
GB1
Comments
alexweiler said 4532 days ago (April 20th, 2007)
Just a matter of production
My ears filter out a very nice song behind that garage sound. But this is not the point here. As a big fan of The Cure I especially like your voice, that reminds me of Robert Smith's.
Check out my latest song called The Glitch
cjdaley said 4531 days ago (April 21st, 2007)
R. Smith
Don't know about the voice, but I've listened a lot to Fat Bob Smith when i was a teenage zombie. As to the song,it's been remixed since. Thanks a lot for commenting

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