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the night was stale like the sun in braille
and with a sigh of regret i remembered what i swore to forget
and a walk back home never felt so alone
carry on, stay strong and sing to myself this little song
things will be better someday
as we carry on our un-merry way
birds still sing and bells still ring and we still fuck on sundays
there could still be a happy ending, broken things are always mending
so breathe
breathe
walking alone as the night turned dark i felt another murmur from a broken heart
him touching you your body so slim and beautiful and delicate like within
the soul i fell in love with the first time i saw your eyes, jaded and yet so pure
so jaded and yet so pure, so jaded and yet so pure
you’ll never believe it cos it’s never been true that no-one else could ever be so good for you
if he’d of been first would it be me?
if he’d of been first would it be me?
if he’d of been first
like the first time we met and the streets filled with regret
your house felt like an abattoir from all the hearts you’d broken there
‘til the clocks stop telling time just breathe
breathe

my momma once told me remember to breathe
my poppa once told me remember to breathe
and joshua t said remember to breathe
don’t forget to breathe

like the first time we met and the streets filled with regret
your house felt like a reservoir from all the tears been shed through there
‘til the clocks stop telling time just breathe
breathe

things will be better someday as we walk on our un-merry way
‘til the clocks stop telling time just breathe
breathe

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from for the ears of dogs to come, released July 14, 2013

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The Holy Orders Hull, UK

"Just when you've had it with Strokes/Interpol/Editors soundalikes along come The Holy Orders and restore your faith in indie guitar music" Tom Robinson (BBC 6music)

The Holy Orders were first told that their amps were too loud in 2006.
Since then, the four-piece from Hull have divided the opinions of many sound engineers.

The Holy Orders continue to be loud.
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