Quiet Arcs - I've Been Feeling Kind Of Temporary album FLAC
- Performer: Quiet Arcs
- Title: I've Been Feeling Kind Of Temporary
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: VOX MOD MPC DMF RA MMF ASF
- Released: 2012
- Style: Hardcore, Punk
- MP3 album: 1368 mb
- FLAC album: 1984 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 713
com. nd-of. uietarcs. Quiet Arcs - Iv'e Been Feeling Kind Of Temporary 7" Vinyl
Marytr Party by Quiet Arcs, released 25 June 2013 If I lived here I'd be home by now Open up the front door Find me hanging from the ceiling Make sure you don't trip on the carpet On the way out No note Just hope Life and death and death and death Out here in the suburbs So loving and care free. I've Been Feeling Kind Of Temporary. Morphine Derivatives.
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Didn't we have something going on Tell me 'cause I need to know where I did wrong Can't you see that I need you baby.
Matt's in mom's coat Posing like nixon Mike fell asleep sitting up He's so tired You need to realize This realization This realization It needs to be realized. If these walls could talk They'd say don't paint me yellow. I'm laying in flower beds Listening to pool stick sword fights I'm not feeling these double lines It's the only way to watch these lights change. In the land of milk and honey In the land of milk and honey Your garden will grow.
Album: Morphine Derivates (EP). We got ourselves in a sticky situation I'm coming down It always ends this way I'm never coming back. Submit lyrics correction →. 55k.
Feeling a range of emotions is a natural part of the human experience. From happiness to anger to sadness, emotions are your mind's way of responding to life's events, and on their own, they're perfectly healthy. Even anger has its place, and while many people show inappropriate anger, there are times when anger is necessary and justified. However I’ve moved and made new friends but there’s nothing like the friends that you knew when you were young. They know you to the core. New friends won’t replace those who have gone but if they make me laugh and I like them it makes me happy to meet new people that are genuinely good people. Let the thoughts bubble up from your sub-conscious mind. Just observe, without any emotional attachment.
a kind of melancholic trance in which you become completely absorbed in vivid sensory details-raindrops skittering down a window, tall trees leaning in the wind, clouds of cream swirling in your coffee-briefly soaking in the experience of being alive, an act that is done purely for its own sake. We take it for granted that life moves forward. But you move as a rower moves, facing backwards: you can see where you’ve been, but not where you’re going. And your boat is steered by a younger version of you. It’s hard not to wonder what life would be like facing the other way.
See What a Fool I've Been" was the B-side to Queen's 1974 single "Seven Seas of Rhye". It was inspired by "That's How I Feel", a blues song by Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee. Originally released in 1974, it was re-released in 1991 as one of the bonus tracks on the re-release of Queen II. It was described as "a slow crawl that's the closest Queen ever came to blues".
|A2||Diving Bell Curve|
|B||Palmer To Townsend|
- Bass – Donny Mutt
- Drums – Kenny Madden
- Guitar – Spencer Dorsey
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Jude Miller
- Mixed By – Vince Ratti, William Yip*
- Producer – Quiet Arcs, William Yip*
- Recorded By, Mastered By – William Yip*
- Vocals – Larry Wiechecki
Notes200 copies pressed on black vinyl. Photocopied sleeve and insert.
A-side Runout: "Why are you so sweaty?"
B-side Runout: "I was watching Cops"
Sleeve incorrectly lists this as Quiet Recordings #001, but this is actually Quiet Recordings #004.