When Your Father Bought That Harley Davidson

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When your father bought that Harley Davison and headed South and headed South. When your father bought that Harley Davidson, and your mama was sleeping on the couch. We messed around. There’s nothing sacred in the summer. Nothing sacred in a laid off town. Nothing keeping that old house up. Waiting for the roof to fall down. We messed around. All night when we were breathing words. The air so heavy and sweet. All night when we were breathing words I heard your mom she never fell asleep. And I thought I heard a prayer once. You said you heard your mother pray once. You said she wasn’t praying now. When your father bought that Harley Davidson and headed South and headed South we messed around.

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from .​.​.​on a Dog's Ass Sometime, released March 24, 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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