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Carnival Nostalgia

from Copper Regret by Horace Pinker

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i laughed with him no tears in his eyes always wore a grin was a nice disguise he looked like any other and these hands won't ever cover can't see inside he looked like any other never did realize but i heard those fists they did fly do we ever know myopic vision has transformed this show into a carnival nostalgia for this task bury your memory with the dirt on these hands i laughed with him he snapped like that did he hurt his friends golden silence grins he looked like any other of our friends and i hear it's typical these days do we ever know myopic vision has transformed this show into a carnival nostalgia for this task bury your memory at last

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from Copper Regret, released April 1, 2000
Scott Eastman - Guitar|Vocals
Bryan Jones - Drums
Matt Arluck - Guitar
Chris Bauermeister - Bass

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Horace Pinker Chicago, Illinois

Horace Pinker has toured the world relentlessly, playing in more than 20 countries and featured on some of the biggest festivals. They have released 8 full length records, 14 EP's, appeared on over 30 compilations, network TV shows and various magazines. They continue to defy the trends and release powerful music with thoughtful lyrics that cannot be pinned down to a simple category or genre. ... more

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