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Black Kid’s Video – I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance
Thursday March 20th 2008, 8:07 pm
Filed under: Indie Music 2008

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black kids not gonna teach your boyfriend how to dance

The video for Black Kid’s Single, I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance, came out today. It was included in their 2007 Wizard of Ahhhs EP. I downloaded it free from their site about a year or so ago, but it looks like that is no longer the case.

One, I’m biting my tongue. Two, He’s kissin’ on you. Three, Oh, why can’t you see? One! Two! Three! Four!

Black Kids – I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance
Single, 2008 (also on Wizard of Ahhhs)

I put what I want, when I want, in my body. I’m never gonna give what I take.

Black Kids – Hurricane Jane (Beige Remix)
from Wizard of Ahhhs, 2007
(No video out as of yet)

Black Kids – Hurricane Jane Lyrics
Jane, I’ve made it plain,
although I’m faded as a ghost:
I want you here inside me.
Say the word.
Oh, you’ve been playing nice,
but I can see it in your eyes,
you’re thinking, “Christ,
he’s everybody’s girl.”

You can’t spend the night…

Jane, I’ve seen you at the club.
You were tearin’ up the rug
with no regard for form.
You’re such a brute!
You had a ready elbow
for the girls you hate
or just don’t know.
You head-butt me,
cuz you thought it was cute.

You can’t spend the night…
Yes, I’m sure you’re right.
You can’t spend the night…
Yeah, I’m sure you’re right.
You can’t spend the night…
Yes, I’m sure you’re right.
But we could spend the night together.
Or alone. That would be better.

It’s Friday night and I ain’t got nobody.
Oh, what’s the use of making a bed?
I took something and it feels like karate;
it’s kicked me down and left me for dead.
It’s Friday night and I ain’t got nobody,
so what’s the use of pulling a shape?
I put what I want, when I want, in my body.
I’m never gonna give what I take.

Jane, I’ve seen the pain you’ve dealt.
You’ve been with all my friends.
You tell me guard my heart,
I might get hurt.
No doubt you’ll hurt my feelings,
and it’s a given I’ll be kneeling.
But I’m telling myself
that it’s gonna be worth it.

Oh boo, what can I do? It’s not me, it’s you. You’ve been hittin’ the heartbrakes hard. It ain’t no use, cuz we’re still gonna crash.

Black Kids – Hit the Heartbreaks
from Wizard of Ahhhs, 2007
(Fan made vid)



Is DDT causing CCD? And what’s next, tree museums?
Wednesday March 19th 2008, 7:54 pm
Filed under: Environmental Issues

colony collapse disorder
Hey farmer, farmer put away that DDT, now. Give me spots on my apples, but leave me the birds and the bees. Please.

I heard this song from the seventies last night and couldn’t help but to instantly think about pesticides and the perplexing disappearance of the over-worked and under-appreciated honey bee.

Although DDT isn’t directly listed as a cause of Colony Collapse Disorder, pesticides have been included in the list of factors that may be to blame for honey bee loss.

“Colony Collapse Disorder (or CCD) is a little-understood phenomenon in which worker bees from a beehive or Western honey bee colony abruptly disappear. From 1971 to 2006, there was a dramatic reduction in the number of feral (wild) honeybees in the US (now almost absent); and a significant, though somewhat gradual decline in the number of colonies maintained by beekeepers. However, late in the year 2006 and in early 2007 the rate of attrition was alleged to have reached new proportions, and the term “Colony Collapse Disorder” was proposed to describe this sudden rash of disappearances. The cause or causes of the syndrome are not yet well understood. Theories include environmental change-related stresses, malnutrition, pathogens, mites, pesticides, radiation from cellular phones or other man-made devices, and genetically modified crops with pest control characteristics.”

(Excerpt from Colony Collapse Disorder)

Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone?

“The steady increase in beekeeper migration has masked the issue of pollinator decline from much public awareness, however sudden blocks to such migration could have catastrophic results on the global food supply.”

(Excerpt from Pollinator Decline)

Bees aren’t the current root of rising food costs, but one day, perhaps? Until then we’ll keep our fingers crossed that they don’t keep hopping in that big yellow taxi with Joni Mitchell’s old man.

See also:
List of Plants Pollinated by Bees
Bees and Toxic Chemicals
Pesticide Toxicity to Bees



Voxtrot – Emo’s, March 28th -Austin
Tuesday March 18th 2008, 8:26 pm
Filed under: Austin Concerts 2008

Voxtrot MySpace
Voxtrot Wikipedia
Voxtrot Website

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Playing Emo‘s, March 28th. Recommended reading: The Voxtrot Kid (Ramesh’s blog). He is a beautiful writer. I told this to someone wearing a faded Voxtrot shirt at SX…”beautiful writer”…he shook his head, flicked his cigarette and pretended to agree with me. What, a writer?

Here are a few of my favorite Voxtrot “poems”…

And it’s hard to be,
steeped in your gaze.
You’re always drinking me,
I have no place-
to be awkward and silent.

Voxtrot – Every Day
from Voxtrot (self-titled album), 2007
(Fan made video)

Voxtrot – Every Day Lyrics
Every day, I picture things falling down.
Landscape all tossed around,
in cities I start to drown.
But when I stop, to push the fear out of me.
Come steady my shaking knees,
and drag the roots out to sea.

And it’s hard to be, steeped in your gaze.
You’re always drinking me, I have no place
To be awkward and silent.
Spoil your tongue with my silence.
My flavor happens inside this.
There is no love without trying.
There is no easy way when I

Crane my neck to kiss your head, I know.
That there is something that I can rely on.
And when I strain my thoughts to push this thread I sew,
It’s some kind of future that I can be sure of.

Oh I’m just breathing air,
Contracts on everything.
Reluctant and measuring,
The food that we choose to bring.
But I can trace an invisible piece of string,
Connects between you and me
Like symbols of property.

Oh when I recognize, cut from a cloth,
Always solid and breathing.
You and I, retract like swans,
Always advance and receding.
Believe in something worth eating.
Share love in something like feeding.
There is no trust without meaning.
There is no easy way when I

Crane my neck to kiss your head, I know
That there is something that I can rely on.
And when I strain my thoughts to push this thread I sew,
It’s some kind of future that I can be sure of.

And I wonder why there is no choice in the things that we hear.
We hear our lives inside these sounds.
There’s nothing good on the radio.
There’s never anything good on.
There’s never anything good on.
There’s nothing good on the radio.
There’s never anything so I stop to sing,
And these things come rushing from behind.
Life is changing so fast and there’s nothing I can do to stop it,
But when I crane my neck to kiss your head, I know,
That there is something that I can rely on.
And when I strain my thoughts to push this thread I sew,
It’s some kind of future that I can be sure of.

Because I love you, because I love you.
Because I love you, because I love you.

I saw you in the back, studied and relaxed, fixed in the pose like a silent stone. Serenity intact, it’s the feeling that I lack. Life in the floors of a stable home.

Voxtrot – Kid Gloves


Voxtrot – Kid Gloves Lyrics

Listen to the sounds, they’re ringing out around you
These are the cries of the dying breed
Politics of hate you’d never get around to
Blood over brains that we never need
I saw you in the back, studied and relaxed
Fixed in the pose like a silent stone
Serenity intact, it’s the feeling that I lack
Life in the floors of a stable home

I can trace you on paper like a sketch of a smell
You’re a breath to the runner in contest
In close to the nerve, but you rest so far away
And I have to give it up someday

Every time I close my eyes, I see you in front of me
Pretending in a love like this
I have no choice but to put you in back of me
Don’t cover my footsteps
Dead weight all right, I know you’re no good for me
Dead weight all right, I know you’re no righteous leader
You’re dead weight all right, that’s fine
You get your hands off me
You have to touch me with kid gloves
You have to touch me with kid gloves

Buy me to the wind, you talk me out of standstill
I never felt so alive at once
Finger to the quick, yes I can feel your hand still
Pressed to the drain of the common months

Cheer me up, cheer me, up I’m a miserable fuck
Cheer me up, cheer me, up I’m a tireless bore
Cheer me up, cheer me, I’m invisibly stuck all in myself
Yes I’m a vanity whore

Because it’s race and it’s power at the center of life
We are blind to the people who need us
But you’re the kind of person who could understand that fault
And I hope to measure you someday

Every time I close my eyes, I see you in front of me
Pretending in a love like this
I have no choice but to put you in back of me
Don’t cover my footsteps
Dead weight all right, I know you’re no good for me
Dead weight all right, I know you’re no righteous leader
Dead weight all right, that’s fine
You get your hands off me
You have to touch me with kid gloves
You have to touch me with kid gloves

Cheer me up, cheer me, up I’m a miserable fuck
Cheer me up, cheer me, up I’m a tireless bore
Cheer me up, cheer me, I’m invisibly stuck all in myself
Yes I’m a vanity whore

When you compromise yourself like that
It’s dedication
So even on friendship

Dead weight all right, I know you’re no good for me
Dead weight all right, I know you’re no righteous leader
Dead weight all right, that’s fine, you get your hands off me
You have to touch me with kid gloves
You have to touch me with kid gloves

Remember we ran through ugly streets? We made our rules and then we broke them first.
It felt like we were running all the time.

Voxtrot – Introduction
from Voxtrot (self-titled album), 2007

Voxtrot – Introduction Lyrics
Open your eyes and stretch your hands.
This house is clean but it is not my home.
Did I make this bed?
Did two hands touch on two?

Sometimes I think of some place colder.
The sound of traffic and the way it’s warm,
when you feel yourself grow up inside of you.

And you love me, just like a stranger.
But you love me, just like I am.

Remember we ran through ugly streets?
We made our rules and then we broke them first.
It felt like we were running all the time.
But I wouldn’t give one ugly moment,
I’d wrap it up, I’d keep it in my sock.
I can keep it, yeah, I know what’s yours is mine.

And you love me, just like a stranger.
But you love me, when I slip into the sleep that lets me love some other day.
We get bored of weakness all the time.
Now I won’t know how much I lost until I’ve gone away.
Your sun sets when my sun starts to shine.



Sad Saturday, SXSW 2008
Sunday March 16th 2008, 11:10 am
Filed under: SXSW 2008

So I was either cursed for bringing a box of mac and cheese to a b-day pot luck, or for an insensitive response given to AFOM during last year’s south-by after he said he may need hospitalization for food poisoning (“good luck w/that”, which I still deny).

Either way I’ve learned a lesson and between nausea, dizziness, cold sweats, shortness of breath and feeling extremely sorry for myself- I missed all of these (which I’m sure were) great acts….*tears*

In order of appearance:

Okkervil River MySpace
Okkervil River Wiki
Okkervil River Website

Okkervil River – For Real
from Black Sheep Boy, 2005

Socalled MySpace
Socalled Wikipedia
Socalled Website

Socalled – You Are Never Alone
Single, 2007

Flosstradamus MySpace
Flosstradamus Wiki

Overnight Star, 2005 (mixes Twista-Overnight Celebrity and Sigur Ros-Staralfur)

DJ Z-Trip MySpace
DJ Z-Trip Wikipedia
DJ Z-Trip Website

DJ Z-Trip, Scratch Movie Intro, 2007

And a coin toss would’ve chosen either…

Chromeo MySpace
Chromeo Wikipedia
Chromeo Website

Chromeo – Fancy Footwork
Single, 2007

or

MSTRKRFT MySpace
MSTRKRFT Wikipedia
MSTRKRFT Website

MSTRKRFT – Justice DANCE Remix
Single, 2007

Physically I feel great, but the emotional scarring will take quite some time to heal…
tears



Fri Day Day, SXSW 2008
Saturday March 15th 2008, 10:58 am
Filed under: SXSW 2008

My two favorite acts of March 14th. One includes two brothers that mix hip-hop and indie rock, the other is a band that fights loss through lyrics while promoting environmental friendliness.

Cloud Cult MySpace
Cloud Cult Wikipedia
Cloud Cult Website

cloud cult indie band
Despite apologies from Craig Minowa for a fading voice (due to a severe head cold), Cloud Cult put on an awesome performance. And what other band includes a live painter at their show? If their songs aren’t enough (and they are), the band is the epitome of indie rock.

A look into Cloud Cult and why they top my list of favorite bands…

Rejecting Major Labels for the Greater Good
The announcer noted that Cloud Cult came to Austin in their biodeisel van, which the band uses during all of their tour travels. In 1997 after rejecting several offers from major labels, the band formed Earthology Records in an effort to remain independent and to help the environment. The self-produced environmentally friendly non-profit label uses only recycled materials and donates all of their profits to charities that support the environment.

Songs about Heartbreak of a Rare and Common Nature (death, and separation)
As noted in Wikipedia, “The most common theme to Cloud Cult’s songs is the 2002 death of Craig and Connie Minowa’s baby son Kaidin. After this tragedy Craig wrote over a hundred songs to deal with the loss.” Minowa and his wife separated shortly after their son’s death.

In regards to writing over 100 songs in a time of loss, First Avenue quotes Minowa as saying “I just needed the medicine that writing music provides me.”

You can take it in stride, or you can take it right between the eyes. Suck up, suck up and take your medicine. It’s a good day, it’s a good day- to face the hard things.

Cloud Cult – Take Your Medicine
from The Meaning of 8, 2007
(no video as of yet)

Download Take Your Medicine free mp3 at Spinner (while available).

(The meaning of) The Meaning of 8
First Avenue writes that the CD “liner notes offer insight into what The Meaning of 8 is all about, comparing religions and philosophies from around the world with Carl Jung’s theories of universal symbolism and the collective unconscious.” In a more out right approach to its meaning, the song “Your 8th Birthday” written during the time their son would have turned eight years old may offer an idea into what 8 really means to the band. Lyrics from “Your 8th Birthday” include: “You make traffic jams feel like parades. You bury the dead with the faith that makes lightning bolts warm as if it was graduation.

Why? MySpace
Why? Wikipedia
Why? Website

why alopecia
Why? Because they’re awesome and their shows give you an all-in-one hip-hop/indie rock experience. The band noted that they are the only band to not repeat a song for south-by. The tracks during their free Soundcheck Magazine party included some old (ex-500 Fingernails, Sanddollars) and mostly new (ex-By Torpedo Or Crohn’s, Alopecia).

Your fisted language still affects my style, although I sometimes catch your visions like a child.

One of my favorites…
Why? – Fall Saddles
from Elephant Eyelash, 2005
(no video as of yet)

On more of the indie rock side: Why? – The Hollows (from Alopecia)

Other highlights of the day/night’s events:

The old guy bus driver’s bad joke that only I laughed at. He told an elderly woman in a pink and black polka-doted dress, standing at the very front of the bus- “It’s like the Titanic. You up there…the wind blowin’ thru yer hair. Heh, heh.”

Examining the day’s collection of free cd’s that I’ll never listen to thanks to poor song titles. Case in point: Eyes Run Dry, Run Away Run, Then the Rain Came, Be…(yeah, no thanks).

Furthering my hearing damage by standing next to big speakers (I couldn’t hear this tone already anyway).



Thurs Day Day, SXSW 2008
Friday March 14th 2008, 10:08 am
Filed under: SXSW 2008

My two favorite acts of March 13th. I saw both of these bands at The Parish awhile back and like those shows, these were awesome as well. For my new friend from Liverpool that had not heard of either one- here you go, check ‘em out (and I still think your accent is cooler than mine.)

Shout Out Louds MySpace
Shout Out Louds Wikipedia
Shout Out Louds Website

“We have a secret laaaanguage”. This was the Shout Out Loud lead singer, Adam Olenius’s, comment after instructing the sound guy in Swedish at the Under the Radar/JanSport show at Flamingo Cantina. All acts put on an awesome show and a front row spot prevented the obstruction from camera lenses/phones (seriously, can’t we start a concert photo base and nominate someone for picture taking so everyone can use the same pictures, since they’ll all look the same anyway?).

“Sorry it was a bit messy” Adam said when we met after the show, regarding the sound checks. To which I replied, “No. It was perfect.” (Yeah, I’m a dork).

First song of the set…

Shout Out Louds – Tonight I Have to Leave It
from Our Ill Wills, 2007


Last song of the set…


And I wanna build, buildings high for you. But the cost, my god the cost I can’t afford you.

Shout Out Louds – Very Loud
from Howl Howl Gaff Gaff, (Scandinavian Release 2003, International Release 2005)

Rogue Wave MySpace
Rogue Wave Wikipedia
Rogue Wave Website

The sun beats down upon the brain of confusion, but houses seems much better if the roof is connected.

Rogue Wave – Publish My Love
from Descended Like Vultures, 2005

Heaven is a switchboard that you want to fight, she would even miss you if you taught her sight.

Rogue Wave – Lake Michigan
from Asleep at Heaven’s Gate, 2007

Other highlights of the day/night’s events:

Seeing Kimya Dawson‘s LAFF LOUD knuckle tattoos up close while she pushed her baby along in a stroller on Sixth Street.

Getting three compliments on my retro sleeveless He-Man t-shirt. (While out a few months back the girl I was with got at least 8 compliments on her beauty, I got one too “Hey, you, I like that He-Man shirt.”)

Watching Michael Stipe getting interviewed on Sixth (or at least a bald interview-worthy guy that looked exactly like Michael Stipe).

Being handed a free Rachel Ray cd and thinking I’d rather have a cookie.

Seeing that an organic apple bong made its appearance at SXSW.

Getting my cards read at 3am compliments of AFOM, and not remembering a single thing the card reader said (see above).



First Night of SXSW 2008- rabbits, guitar drums and bull blasters
Thursday March 13th 2008, 10:16 am
Filed under: SXSW 2008

Frightened Rabbit Myspace
Frightened Rabbit Wikipedia
Frightened Rabbit Website

frightened rabbit indie band

Frightened Rabbit – The Modern Leper
from The Midnight Organ Fight, 2008
(no video as of yet)

And what a splendid choice that was. Frightened Rabbit put on an awesome show. I got the chance to talk with the band’s lead singer, Scott Hutchison, and was pleased to know that the band had a humble, insightful, down to earth front man that I could make laugh (which is extremely important to me). He seemed to be full of energy despite spending hours upon hours traveling before the show. I complemented him on the passion he put into the performance and he said it best- “If you have energy, it gives the crowd energy.” Period. The head bobbing definitely increased as the set progressed.

He said he liked Texas and after my “Austin is a lot different than Texas” comment, he said he has heard this several times (fyi- don’t tell people this, because someone else is already out there saying it…a lot). He commended the exposure SXSW provides for bands from around the world. The band members are from small towns, yet are regarded as being out of Glasgow, Scotland.

The band he is most looking forward to seeing? “I really like The Black Keys”. He also commented that he doesn’t really listen to other people’s lyrics. I guess when you write your own, listening to other’s is secondary.

Hipsters! After commenting on the influx of hipsters in Austin these past few days, I was pleased to hear that he was not one of them nor had any plans of morphing into one anytime soon. “It’s like seeing a fancy car, you don’t want to look because you know that’s what they want. Their pink pants.” (he laughs).

On that note, checkout Hipster Olympics (I suppose I am a bit guilty of having some of these hipster-esque qualities):

Other highlights of the night’s events:

Feeling like a tourist in my own town for brief periods of time…”Excuse me, pardon me, do you know where Maggie Mae’s is?”…

Trying to move a guy from blocking the free water station and being mistaken for someone wanting an autograph (who was that guy anyway?).

Watching Kaki King and getting motivated to pick up my guitar again and possibly learn how to use it as a drum set.

Kaki King – Playing with Pink Noise

Metting up with AFOM and getting into PureVolume rock-star-style (Is it legal to serve red bull and vodka at 3am? Yes, because it’s a private party.)

Getting handed a Stella on the street from a drunk girl that all but fell out of a white escalade, “Hey, you want a sip?”

Walking home at 4am and waking up at 9 the next morning, ready to do it all over again. :)



SXSW 2008 Music Starts Today! Let the Decision Making Process Begin…
Wednesday March 12th 2008, 12:15 pm
Filed under: SXSW 2008

“Trust your instinct to the end, though you can render no reason.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Just a glimpse into the choices one must make during only one, one hour portion, of sxsw (and using an already narrowed-down list)….tsk tsk, what’s a girl to do?

SXSW, Wednesday March 12, 200812am

The Kills, 12am – Antone’s (213 W 5th St)
Cheap and Cheerful:

Cut Copy, 12am – Karma Lounge (119 W 8th St)
Hearts on Fire:

Frightened Rabbit, 12am – Maggie Mae’s Rooftop (323 E 6th St)
Heads Roll Off:

Yeasayer, 11:30 p.m – La Zona Rosa (612 W 4th St)
2080 (Live):

Simian Mobile Disco, 12:30am – La Zona Rosa (612 W 4th St)
Hustler:


Kimya Dawson
, 12am – Emo’s IV Lounge (601 Red River St)
Tire Swing:

Does It Offend You, Yeah?, 12am – The Parish (214B E 6th St)
Let’s Make Out:

R.E.M., 12am – Stubb’s ((801 Red River St)
Everybody Hurts:



Why? – Alopecia, New CD/LP Out Today
Tuesday March 11th 2008, 12:52 pm
Filed under: Indie Music 2008

Why? MySpace
Why? Wikipedia
Why? Website

why indie band the hollows alopecia

In a crowded room, project a debonair aloof impermanence. Be shrouded loosely in a heavy air of indeterminates.

Why? – The Hollows
from Alopecia, 2008
(no video as of yet)

Why? CD/LP, Alopecia, out March 11, 2008.

From the Alopecia CD case: “Two years after wooing critics with their beloved Elephant Eyelash, WHY? return with their LP in hand, their most immediate and cohesive batch of songs to date. Alopecia is an album of bone-dry jokes, suicides played out in poem, musings on final moments written inside of restrooms, begrudging self-affirmation, and the gift and glories of everyday living.”

Download The Hollows free mp3 at Spinner (while available).

Why? – The Hollows lyrics (from the Alopecia CD booklet)
As I lay me down
to fall asleep.
with my demons dying
and my pilot light weak,
I curse the last six months
I’ve been hiding behind a mustache,
And to the last 10 years I’ve been
howling a paper moon: fuck you.

This goes out to all my
Underdone, other-tongued
lung-long frontmen.
And all us Earth-Growths;
Some planted, some pulled.

(This is what the ghost
of somebody’s dad says:
“Shut up and put your
money where your mouth is.”)

Shine a flashlight in a hatbox
and spin an empty oyster shell
and celebrate the Hollows.

This goes out to dirty dancing
cursing, back masking,
back-slidden pastors’ kids.
And all us Earth-Growths;
Some planted, some pulled.

(From behind bars it’s not
so hard to see he’s risen,
But nobody finds God
and then goes to prison.)

In Berlin, I saw
two men Fuck
in a dark corner
of a basketball court – -
Just the slight jingle
of pocket change pulsing.
In the tourist part,
I lost fifty Euros
to the guy with the
walnut shells
and the marbles.
It really pissed me off so – -
Ooh, I thought I’d go
back to get my money.
But all my homies warned me,
“Oh, no, those Gypsies
probably got knives.”

This goes out to all my
underbrewed, double-duped
Two-timed true fools.
And all us Earth-Growths;
Some planted, some pulled.

(Stuck faking a phonecall
or texting For company
like a married-in Uncle
at a family function.)

I got them shaky gums and
a couple of loose tooths.
Now tell me, what should I do?
My God, the clock’s always stuck telling
Eleven:Eleven or Three:Thirtytwo.

This goes out to all to my
under-done, other-tongued
lung-long Frontmen.
And all us Earth-Growths;
doing the croak like it ain’t no jokes.

(Even just Joanna
Newsom
‘s left hand,
I bet could beat the pants
in bass off your best man.)

In a crowded room, project a
debonair aloof impermanence.
Be shrouded loosely in a
heavy air of indeterminates.



Junior Boys – In the Morning
Tuesday March 11th 2008, 10:31 am
Filed under: Indie Music 2006

Junior Boys MySpace
Junior Boys Wikipedia
Junior Boys Website
Junior Boys So This is Goodbye Website

Girl the night’s not over, we’re not getting older. They can chase forever, ’cause in the morning there’s a million names to choose from.

Junior Boys – In the Morning
from So This is Goodbye, 2006 (also released as a single prior to this album)
(great song, not so great video…)

Junior Boys – In The Morning Lyrics
Girl the night’s not over,
we’re not getting older .
They can chase forever,
’cause in the morning there’s a million names to choose from.
You don’t care just take one.
Leave a place to rest on,
because you’re too young.

Yeah you’re too young,
Oh you’re too young,
You’re too young.

There goes another million,
Just wrap it up we own it
This night’s a skill we hone it
And in the morning would you tell me that it’s over?
You think that you’d do better,
to stick with someone older.
Because we’re too young.

Too young.
Yeah, we’re too young in the morning.
We’re too young,
we’re too young in the morning.