High Holy Days - All My Real Friends mp3 album
See, believe, forget me My playful thoughts contrive Nights concede to reckless Versions of myself All my real friends gather Stay my wanting for a shield I can't see you real. All I hate and all I fear I bring it back to you, do you feel it The night is gone and all we get A picture for a poem, and we lose her Alledged talk and I can't stop I'm falling through the gates of resentment
High Holy Days is a Canadian post-grunge music group based in North Bay The most current lineup consists of vocalist Marc Arcand, guitarist Bill MacGregor, bassist Chris Amey, and drummer Brian Finner. Former members of the band include Dave Thompson (guitarist), Jeremy Galda (bassist), Brian Bird (drummer), Brett Hind (guitarist) and Jason Guindon (drummer).
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Tracklist: 1. The Situation, 2. Zoo Baby Rummy, 3. All My Real Friends, 4. Living In Your Head, 5. The Getaway, 6. Explain It Away, 7. A For Me, 8. The River of Styx, 9. Exfugo, 10. Proud. 3. All My Real Friends. 4. Living In Your Head.
03 All My Real Friends. 04 Living In Your Head. 08 The River Of Styx.
High Holy Days formed in the rock culture of North Bay, Ontario Canada. Lead singer Marc Arcand started the band in the year 2003. With regional success, the band was signed to RoadRunner Records/Universal Music for the release of High Holy Days/All My Real Friends. The album enjoyed success with two Much Music/MTV Canada video releases and a top ten single in Canada. Their second single also found it's way onto British and American airwaves.
Read or print original All My Real Friends lyrics 2019 updated! See, Believe, Forget me, My playful thoughts contrive,, Nights concede t.
This song is by High Holy Days and appears on the album All My Real Friends (2004).