The Sea & Sand That Drowned The Band [EP]

by The Bellegards

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Recorded throughout the Summer of 2012.

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released September 1, 2012

Vincent Palmeri - Vocals, Guitar, Percussion
Nic Palmeri - Bass, Keys
Kevin Redding - Drums
Sarah Wolffe - Violin on "Saltwater Serenade"

Recorded at Shipwreck Studios
Recorded, Engineered, Mixed by Nic Palmeri
Mastered by Eric Malpin at Bell Studios

Artwork by The Bellegards
Front Cover featuring Dan Lobato as "Alfred Webb"

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Track Name: Seasick & Doubtful
Seasick & Doubtful

I've got a hit and it's loaded for you
A little punch that'll blow you away
I love the way you look when your clothes are on the floor
I know it seems like I'm acting so strange
Look in the mirror, don't recall my name
But my feelings are the same every day

And I just want to thank you sweetly
for loving me completely
And I just want to thank you sweetly
for loving me completely

Seasick and doubtful, because you're calling my name
Double your dosage, because you're acting so strange
Seasick and doubtful, because you're calling my name
Double your dosage...

I said I'll love you 'til you're old and grey
I have to pay if you decided to stay
You love to kill the time by killing me
You said you've never seen this side of me so rough
I've been dead since I took on your love
Dangerous minds always think alike

And I just want to thank you sweetly
for loving me completely
And I just want to thank you sweetly
for loving me completely
And in the morning when I rise for you
There being nothing you can do
And in the morning when I call for you
There being nothing you can say

Seasick and doubtful, you're calling my name
Fucking Double your dosage,you're acting so strange
Seasick and doubtful, when you're too sick to doubt
You seem sick too doubt when you're too sick to doubt