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Penicillin Fight

from Everyday Meals by Chance's End

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Things are getting moldy,
never passed the test.
Try to cut around it,
lose the rest.

Sitting in your ease-chair,
you're bound to melt.
Slipping through your wicker,
lonely spells.

I hate to call us out,
but what point have we lost
the penicillin fight?

Tethered to our cables,
puppets hanging down.
Painted wooden feelings
on the ground.

Cheated out of these tears,
oh to give
money for a heartache
to relive.

We tried like some of the best.
We cried like all of the rest.

We grow on lavender fields,
resigned to everyday meals.

I hate to call us out,
but what point have we lost
the penicillin fight?

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from Everyday Meals, released May 12, 2021
Vocals: Jade Shipman (www.littleshrine.com)
Written by Ryan Avery. Published by Definite Plus Music.

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Chance's End San Francisco, California

As San Francisco electronic music group Chance's End, classical violinist Ryan Avery and singer-songwriter Emily Zisman have found common ground in trip-hop and downtempo electronic music. Now that artists like Hybrid, Groove Armada, and Beats Antique have broken down doors for the rise of strings in electronic music, Chance’s End is following closely behind. ... more

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