Play, Pretend, Rewind

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lyrics

“Play, Pretend, Rewind”
Pulp Culture, Alex Brown
[INTRO]

Broken pieces of my memories turn
All of the past in parodies,

[VS 1:]
Burning out.
Ageless culminations, useless now.
Goodbye, little boy;
That’s the way it should be,
With your selfdom smothered and numb

[CHORUS]

And though you claim an innocence,
It’s not present tense.
All those incidental breaths
You’ll dream in afterdeath.
Not sure how to spell my name.
Am I still called the same?
Dreams of planes that name me Xane
Are shifting frames that move me through
Fourths that fall are moving me forth.

[VS 2:]
Revelations
Of my youth
Hold love in my fingers,
Slipping through.
Unwind all that’s true.
Leave me nothing but fate
So that I can laugh in her face

[CHORUS]
[BRIDGE into SOLI]

Turning the hands of this cage,
Rewinding seconds of life,
Bodies and mem’ries decay,
Waiting for them to repeat again…
[SOLI]
[BRIDGE into VS. 3:]

Words in the journals that will get disposed of as evidence are
Telling the stories that mold me to be the judge penitent of
Where doth I lie;
How did I fall?
[VS. 3:]
Lucid now…
Faith in every moment,
Wearing down.
Before this I’ve found
Piles of books you won’t read,
Art he made you can’t even see.

[CHORUS]
[OUTRO]

Broken pieces of my memories turn
All of the past in parodies

Of This.

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from What Do You Want?, released January 30, 2014

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Pulp Culture Waterford Township, Michigan

Pulp Culture is multifarious, four-piece, progressive rock band from southeast Michigan. The band consistently delivers an energetic live performance and incorporates a wide array of influences into ideas and art, transcending the creative process and connecting people. ... more

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