A digipak of our debut album 'Throw It On The Fire', artwork by the wonderful Oli Haines. (Includes an immediate download of the album)
Includes unlimited streaming of Throw It On The Fire
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'Sally Town' is about Drew & Bob surviving Hurricane Sandy while they were living in NYC.
Well that howling rain is rolling in
From the St George port to the Pittsburgh rim.
Chief said, “you’d better lock yourself in.”
Oh Mary my queen is talking with the shells
While they clamber up the old chimney bell.
Oh no, things aren’t going so well.
Oh Mary won’t you stay?
It won’t do me good to leave today.
Did I hear you say?
We’re coming down from Sally town. x2
Hear that wind on the old steel rails
My Sister tried to make it but her tongues gone pale,
Said she heard it wouldn’t come so soon.
Mrs Finn with her old bucket there,
Trying to catch the rain coming down the stairs
Her kids were there, for the whole affair.
The clouds are turning cool
And all I can think of is you.
Grab that line passing through.
We’re blowing down from Sally Town. x2
Well I had guitar strapped across the tracks;
I was bound to play in New York such a long time back.
There’s no way I’m getting out of here alive.
Their tough in this place and I don’t know what I’ve done;
There’s a mean old lady and she ain’t out for fun;
She’s crowing, like the bat’s got her tongue.
Better hope she isn’t staying here too long.
And Mary’s keeping strong,
Staying by the lowlight in the fog.
She’ll cut those ropes when we’re gone.
We’re going down from Sally Town. x3