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Why you gotta leave the lights on? Why you gotta kiss me for so long? Why you gotta stare at me, I ain’t changed, get on with it, baby get on. Get on with it. Get on with it. Get on with it baby get on. What’d you say to your other man today. What’s the reason we are running away. What’s your life like when you wake what do you say when you ain’t running out with me. Why you gotta leave the lights on. Why you gotta kiss me for so long? Why you gotta stare at me, I ain’t changed, get on with it baby get on. Oh and I hear the interstate and it’s rolling. It’s rocking the bed just like you. There’s a thousand people going to someone else and just like you they end up at home, and me you know I ain’t never gonna be alone. Get on with it, get on with it little lady. Your car is outside with mine. When you’re done you will dry and you will head on home to your man who gets to hold you through the night. And he thinks he has you so he holds on real tight. Get on with it. So rock rock rock rock me little lady. Rock me you still got that jelly roll. Rock rock rock rock me baby, but turn the lights out, turn the lights out when you go.

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from .​.​.​on a Dog's Ass Sometime, releases April 1, 2017

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The Foghorns Seattle, Washington

Landing in Seattle via Iceland, Wisconsin and Brooklyn, The Foghorns are a very late night folk and roots rock octet. Bart Cameron writes the songs, a rag tag choir (nicknamed Bucket o Bourbon Choir), provides harmonies, rhythm, and broken glass, and Lauren Trew demonstrates the bass clarinet should be part of rock.While insane touring decreased in 2012, live shows are still a focus. ... more

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