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A Song for Sleep

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While bored above his majesty of slumber
Began to read and fell asleep himself
So sat below a man who laid and wondered
Why am I not at rest I cannot tell.

I’ll count the sheep that fall asleep without me
I’ll read about my moments left unsaid
A pillow cannot cure me by the week’s end
So up the stairs I’ll go beneath my bed

Bordered by a mattress
His dark reigns upon us
Bordered by a mattress
Dear me is it dawn yet?

Beyond the sorry steps there stands a tower
A healthy pour, his house was made of sand
I’d sell my soul to sleep a half an hour
Your majesty’s mistake will ruin man


from landlines, released April 27, 2012


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landlines New York, New York

Landlines formed on a rooftop in New York City during 2008. After two years of playing out within the NYC tri-state area, they recorded their debut self-titled full-length record. Landlines played their last show on June 11, 2010 at Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park New Jersey. On April 27, 2012 their full-length record was released via landlinesband.com. ... more

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