Morning Thunder [SINGLE]

by The Bottom Dollars

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featuring Mick Maverick (The Nuclears) on guitar.

Engineered, Mixed & Mastered (poorly) by Cherch

Additional Musicians:
Owen McGreehan - backing vocals
Briana Layon - backing vocals

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released February 11, 2015

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The Bottom Dollars New York

Cherch + Berg + Mick

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Track Name: Morning Thunder (feat. Mick Maverick & Briana Layon)
All the kids were caught staring
at a Half-Blood American
looks pretty tough but she
doesn't have a care in the world.
Won't you please be easy?
Leaving fingerprints streaked
on my squeaky-clean miracle...
Why in the world won't you please
just leave it alone?
Leave it alone...

And if you don't mind,
I'll be just fine,
soon as I get home.
And if you don't mind,
I'll be just right
by the telephone.

A bunch of Northbound drunks
heading quick up the interstate
Eyes bloodshot like the stains
on a dinner plate.
Oh, won't you fly me home?
Its just a quick lit trip,
a sharp right turn...
You don't breathe much better in the sky
when the rubber burns,
Do you now?

And if you don't mind,
I'll be just fine,
soon as I get home.
And if you don't mind,
I'll be just right
by the telephone.

I wish I knew what they saw
when they took their first look at me
Got half a mind just to
bank on this urgency
Go out on my own...
Where the trees give fruit
Where the knees get weak
Where the blood trail stops
at the tires' streak.
Well I know, I'm the stone...

And if you don't mind,
I'll be just fine,
soon as I get home.
And if you don't mine,
I'll be just right
by the telephone.