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lyrics

Between production and decay
The grinding wheels reverberate
The ancient hatred works its way
Down to the molecule

Victorian sewers crumble with age
Sulfurous southern spirits escape
While the head of state Caligulates
From a golden toilet stool

His lowlife dreams prevailed upon
By all the toxic tagalongs
The desperation hangers on
The drunken sons of gods ’n’ guns
And daughters of delirium
Your glory train has come and gone

Savages

Through sudden dips and rumble strips
The shreds of treads of relationships
Attention spans that hit the skids
Into eternity

Traffic and terror on the nines
A shotgun pox on highway signs
The lines that rhyme with your decline
For all the world to see

The signal comes the signal goes
On haunted honky radio
Blasphemy crackling, circuits aglow
There’s a nightmare Christ on the other side
To divide and multiply the lies
And lonely minds to colonize

Savages

Time’s eternal turning back
A milky way of broken glass
And plastic bags that breathe and breed

You’re chasing after windblown dope
Looked like love and felt like hope
It slips away, all in a dream

We’ll dig a hole on your behalf
Trumpets for the aftermath
And ghosts of godforsaken mills

I tried my best to do my father’s will

credits

from The Wonderful World Of Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits, released July 1, 2022
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Jason Beers - Bass
Chris Hudson - Nylon String Guitar, Atmospheric Guitar, Mandolin
SH - Voices, Guitars, Keyboards, Drums, Percussion
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©2022, Scott Hrabko
Homemade in KCMO, USA
Mastered by Mike Nolte
At Eureka Mastering, Portland, OR

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Scott Hrabko Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City's Scott Hrabko is an independent singer/songwriter who has followed his own restless, shape-shifting muse since the town's late-80s indie rock scene.

“Hrabko’s rootsy songs are filled with trap doors, hidden nooks, and secret passageways. They’re like those dreams within comfortably familiar houses that suddenly have brand new rooms.”
Mike Warren - No Depression
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