Wooden Horses

from by Matinino



Recorded in Jacques Jiggelsworth's studio from Mr Cat & The Jackal


Rolling rolling down the hill
A modern age a wooden horse
turned into money into steel
and if you want to know who you are
forget whats real
forget whats real

Dying's not so bad
its just the guilt that come before
on the bridge crossed over rivers
over seas and fallen trees
wooden horses on your doorstep
wooden horses on your grave

she drew me near
she bit my ear
she drew me near
she bit my ear

Watch them stand there with their smiles
looking like they know more than they should
the fingered tapestries hang on the walls
sulking tauntingly
the fly sits on the broken beast
and feasts
on money steel and splintered wood
money steel and splintered wood.


from Matinino, released June 19, 2015
Guitar: Mike Deall from Croak.
Saw: Jacques Jiggelsworth du Plessis from Mr Cat & the Jackal.
Recorded and mixed by Jacques.



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