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Songs 2014

by Cats Elbow

Released 06/02/2014
Released 06/02/2014
FRESH!! Just leaked! the first song from a new batch recorded over the winter months in 2013 & 14. All songs recorded at Big Time Studios in Interlaken NY. FREE Download for a limited time-- pass it along!
  • 03:41 Download Story
    What I Gotta Do
  • 04:52 Download Story
    Almost Mine
  • 02:56 Download Story Lyrics
    All Our Lies

    All Our Lies

     

    How many times do I have to say it

    Before you know it’s true

    Something inside won’t let me fake it

    How I feel about you

     

    Wasting away your kiss on my lips

    Heart strings torn and frayed

    Now after eight years silver circles

    -- Begin to fade

     

    Losing ground I’m out of place

    Pick me up you win the race

    Can’t keep up with your two step

    Found a new place to hide

    Shackled and chained to my regret

    Safe here from all our lies

     

    Night after night of icy shoulders

    Frozen limbs aren’t good

    Night after night you used to hold me

    I still wish you would

    Losing ground I’m out of place

    Pick me up you win the race

     

    Can’t keep up with your two step

    Found a new place to hide

    Shackled and chained to my regret

    Safe here from all our lies

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Cats Elbow
Dan Lashkoff

Story

You can take me to church, but you can't make me drink. Can you tell this great rock song was written by our drummer?

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Andy Russell

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Written by Andy, our lead song writer and rhythm guitarist, this song captures the desire for stability in relationships. And, some have even been known to dance to it. 

Cats Elbow
Dan Lashkoff

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A parable about dependency and expectations. Why must you always let me down? Probably our coolest song, and a direction we'll be exploring more often with our newer material.

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Andy Russell

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We're no strangers to the Country realm. In fact, we love great melodies, no matter the genre.

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Mick Ralphs

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Yes, THAT Bad Company song. Classic rock runs deep in our veins, and hey, it was a great rock ballad too.