Mother Mary

from by Frazer King

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  • Cassette + Digital Album

    Fourteen tracks of musical detritus and apathetic laments for the discerning waster on high quality audio cassette with downloads.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Idle Class Debris via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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lyrics

I own a bank on Rockefeller row, a man came to see me he wore no clothes
Apart from Satre aftershave and a pair of Jimmy Nail-skin shoes

I hid behind my water dispenser hoping he wouldn’t stay
But then he took a polystyrene cup and drained the water away

Then he said;
Mother Mary don’t let me go

I tried to run from his vacant stare but I tripped on my laces and fell down the stairs
He slipped me a note on which he’d wrote;
This machine does not give change
He was not viable for a loan said his credit history
Although I ran so far from Rockefeller row
I can always hear him in my head saying;

Mother Mary don’t let me go

Till the curtains close I’m waiting
To understand the depths you dwell
I held my breath then in I fell

Mother Mary don’t let me go
‘Cos I’m sinking fast

credits

from Idle Class Debris, released November 9, 2012
First verse (I own a bank on Rockefeller row, a man came to see me he wore no clothes apart from Satre aftershave and a pair of Jimmy Nail-skin shoes) written by A Livanis.

All other lyrics and all music written by Frazer King.

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