The first track off the Andy the Doorbum Double LP "The Man Killed The Bird, And With The Bird He Killed The Song, And With The Song, Himself."
If I could make a living killing off the things I love
I'd sleep in the tallest tower feeding on my children's blood.
And the sun, it would not bother me.
No cross would burn my flesh.
Oh, for then I would be human and made flawed like all the rest.
In the land of milk and honey, I will bring my plague there first.
I'll choke rivers up with vinegar and sip to ease my thirst.
And if I should drown in sorrow, oh, it will not be my own.
Atop heads piled up like mountains I'll sit quenched upon my thrown.
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Innovative rhythms, current topics and the instrumentals have a cool mix of modern synthesizer sounds and old school samples. So co-signs from industry veterans are cool, but E-Turn doesn't need them to add validity to her skills. Jof