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you know it's true


1. Well it's Sunday
And it's your day
To complain about this wilderness again
And on Monday
Well that's my day
to burn all of the garlic once again
And it's better we don't speak
Lest your troubles start to creep
up and bind my ankles to the stones below
v. And I hope she keeps your floors clean
That she doesn't know you need me
That you hold her as she ought to be
Your Junabee, Junabee
2. Well on Tuesday
Through to Friday
The garlic burnt will haunt you like a ghost
That's the bleach day
Or vinegar if bleach is not at home.
And I'm glad that we don't talk
Cuz your voice is like a rock
And it crushes me more than you can know
3. Do your laundry
Buy your sundries
Make sure you're as busy as a bee
Wait for my day
you'll know it's my day
When it's raining and you're up to your knees
And your voice it has this sound
That makes me want to drown
Myself in tears or alcohol
And I think it's going to rain
And I think it's going to rain
And I think it's going to rain


from Peach, released February 7, 2017
Claire Porter; vocals, guitar & glockenspiel, Jo Mitriovic; recording, mixing & mastering



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Claire Porter & the Stouts Montreal, Québec

Claire Porter is a singer/songwriter hailing from Newfoundland, currently residing in Montreal. She's inspired by everything from hard blues to soft folk and mixes all of that inspiration into new songs that sound like you've heard them before. Her strong voice sends shivers down your spine and her melodies take you far and wide, with her Stouts or solo. Peach is her first all original album. ... more

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