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lyrics

He told me
"It's not my fault"
He told me
"It didn't hurt at all"
So why is he the one I blame?
She told me
"It's not my fault"
She told me
"It hurt a lot"
So why is she the one I blame?

Can I bury my treasure here?
I've got some things I'd like to keep

They pulled me
It's not my fault
They pulled me
And it hurt a lot
So why am I the one I blame?

Can I bury my treasure here?
I've got some things I'd like to keep
A peace of mind and my purity
Before they come and take it from me

I was a child I've grown awake
Puzzle pieces are pushed away
I want to erase what you said to me
I want to erase what you made of me

credits

from The Beauty of Falling Apart, track released March 22, 1998
Liquor Bike:
David Koslowski: vocals & guitar
Mike Gaitley: guitar & vocals
Colin Preston: bass & vocals
Eric Dixon: drums

Violin on "Old-Fashioned" by Julie Baker

Produced by Drew Mazurek & Liquor Bike
Recorded & Mixed by Drew Mazurek

Recorded in Drew's Basement, February '96
Mixed at Oz Recording Studio, March '96

All songs by Liquor Bike
©1998 Liquor Bike Music (BMI)

Photography: Samuel Holden
Design & Graphics: J. Robbins / Escape Engine

Thanks to the following for their help & support:
Joe Goldsborough, Jay G. Grubb, John Lay, Camille Sciara, Mike Rippe, Steven Gdula, Lee Gardner, Richard Byrne, Tim Mazurek, Jeff Steele, Shirlé Hale, Mike Hilton, Mike Sheppard, Curt Wells, Love Nut, Gas Huffer, Hammerhead, Jawbox, Sluggo's, Memory Lane, and everybody who put us up, as well as our friends & families for putting up with us.

©1998 Merkin Records, Inc.
©2012 Plastique Recording Co.

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