Michigan

by Cash Harrison & The Terrible Decisions

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Sometimes I don't know why I stay in this place
It was once filled with cities now it ain't even a state
Won't you tell all the people to stay as far away as they can

We've got one right mitten and not a hand to lend
We've got roads paved in potholes and our money's in the red
We've got five great lakes but they're just ok if you ask me

But still bury me beneath the cherry tree in my backyard when I was a child
And when I lay make it a shallow grave so I can still feel this Michigan summer breeze

Sometimes I don't know why I haven't left yet
We're surrounded by water to the north, east, and west
And Ohio's no better I'm not calling that place my home

And god's right had is like a cold wet tomb
And theses cities we're renting like the Saginaw room
And I haven't forgotten, Ms. Granholm, where's the money?

But still bury me beneath the cherry tree in my backyard when I was a child
And when I die, darlin', don't you cry
We've been surrounded by death and decay most of our adult lives.

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released 05 March 2013
Cash Harrison: Vocals, Guitar
Sarah Vickers: Vocals
Matt Banjini Majewski: Banjo
Dan Wall: Bass
John Bones Riley: Electric Guitar
Matt Kaczor: Drums

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