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You move with grace And let us into your head We move with you We move with you You move no more But let us into your land We stay with you We stay with you No cost for entry No-cover door Only cause concerned Dont come back to Lottie’s home empty handed You know she likes her coke and rum You can get it You can wallow some You can make up for your running Cut out your heart To diagnose the trait Of love not lost And willful wait See through eyes of Makers made Cast no stone in beggars trade Growing gardens on the side Dance and twist and slide There’s no cost for entry No-cover door Only cause concerned Dont come back to Lottie’s home empty handed You know she likes that old Patrón You can get it You can wallow some You can make up for your running Uncle Jerry chops the wood Ben’s got the big mouth Wattie’s on the prowl for some good math General’s orders Get back in the kitchen Serve warm and right Fire starts at dusk These boys, Dim and Bright Only cause concerned Dont come back to Lottie’s home empty handed You know she likes her coke and rum You can get it You can wallow some You can make up for your running Dont come back to Lottie’s home empty handed You know she likes that ol’ Patrón You can get it You can wallow some You can make up for your running Make up for your running
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WMBR 88.1 FM ~ M.I.T. Radio’s Pipeline! is an independent music show based out of Cambridge, MA where DJ and musicologist, Jeff Breeze typically invites bands into his studio to perform live sets: pipelinewmbr.bandcamp.com / wmbr.org
Due to Covid 19, Breeze set parameters for artists’ “at-home” live sets: One song of his choice that embodies the spirit of the stay-at-home orders that were happening around the world at the time... Breeze chose Babydriver’s ethereal, “In Ma Room,” from their first full-length, Sad Soldier Red. In addition, each artist was asked to include three otherwise unreleased songs of original material, as well as a cover song selected from a list that Breeze created. For the cover, Tommy chose Donna Summer’s 1979 hit, “Dim All the Lights.”

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released May 19, 2020

All songs by Tommy Palmer except, “Dim All the Lights,” by Donna Summer

Tommy Palmer: Acoustic/Electric Guitars, Bass, Rhodes Electric Piano, Casio Keyboard, Bongos, Chia Seeds/Rice Jar as shakers, Peanut Butter Jar & Spatula for add’l percussion, Vocals

Ian Gustafson: Whistling on, “In Ma Room”

Recorded and mixed on iPad @ Chombre Du Chat III, Roslindale, MA from May 10 - May 16, 2020

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