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this tack is part of a 3 song medley

part of the Dowry EP, written on Dowry Place, on Hotwells Road in Bristol, first performed in the scout hut, Bristol, recorded by Phil Dodd on Hermitage Street, Cheltenham.

lyrics

Freedom for the boy
who burned down the playground.
He left you with matches
to kick the can in.

Playing in the field
seeing who could trip who.
Hiding in the bushes.
In the sloping buses.

A garage full of snakes
dared to go climb the roof.
Climb the grazing roof
and run your freezing hands
against the blue door.

credits

from Dowry, released May 11, 2011
words: Oliver Watson

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polite records was founded in 2005. It is not an example of the best of anything. it is just a catalogue of the projects of, or connected with, the three people who run it: phil dodd, henry ireland and olly watson. if you are looking for a label, we suggest that you start your own. it is easy and you can get in touch and ask us for tips if you want. ... more

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