Anywhere at All

by Small Planet Radio

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1.
04:22
it’s hard to tell the difference between the twilight and the aftermath I know you’ll get it this time where you failed in the past and all that I wanted was to go home, home there’s a picture on a fridge with a date written on the back just a couple kids before the stars all turned to black and all that I wanted three days west of anywhere at all anywhere now we circle round the sun holding on like it’s everything, everything, oh, everything and all that I wanted three days west of anywhere at all
2.
oh, I, I survived the war worn out shoes and baby blues and you, you forgot your favorite song and oh, now there’s no such thing as rock and roll all those guitars got put down, the band moved to some other town and we got old oh, don’t you let them forget who you are oh, you are the darkness in between the stars oh, and Cassie’s brother’s coming home in fifteen days so hide your pills and dollars bills but baby don’t watch what you say no you say what you say oh, don’t you let them forget who you are oh, you are the darkness in between the stars you are the grass stains on my jeans you are the scratches on an old man’s guitar you are that old familiar sound you are that record spinning round and I’m never far you are that old familiar sound you are that record spinning round and I’m never far
3.
02:51
well imagine my surprise when I turned to see my sister running straight into the sun with that look upon her face like she had always known a ghost but only recently discovered there aint nothin’ she can do and I heard your mama plans to keep all your old converse cause nothing says I miss you like a pair of old shoes with them holes in the soles and the laces falling out they feel brand fucking new yeah they feel brand fucking new and your daddy swears one day he’s gonna sell off that old car, it’s been sitting in the driveway for years and years and years and years it’s getting kind of rusty, it reminds him of his body, but it’s time to face the truth well I can still recall those songs we used to sing when we were young when the ocean was a good thing and never took us by surprise and some day we’ll grow wrinkles like the faces of our fathers but we’ll never stand so tall cherry red 52 I remember when they buried you beneath the hunter and the harvest moon
4.
04:43
it was march when you picked me up and that southern state line burned and I’d fallen for a liar’s tongue, a grace I never learned but that highway moved mountains to a sad and lonesome tune you had your drugs, and I, I had you but the sun don’t shine, oh baby it burns tell me the last song you ever heard those old 45s, the only quiet you could find tell me that I was on your mind it was hot as hell and we sweat it out on those hazy summer streets and we all got stoned with your parents off in space and I swear to god when you kissed me there in your swimming pool I’d give my whole life for a chance I’d never take but the needle dropped and those records kept on spinning the spiders from mars, the beatles, and the stones I heard someone shout and your brother found your father's gun put my head in the clouds and I drove home alone but the sun don’t shine, oh baby it burns tell me the last song you ever heard those old 45s, the only quiet you could find tell me that I was on your mind but the sun don’t shine, oh baby it burns tell me the last song you ever heard those old 45s, the only quiet you could find tell me that I was on your mind and I think about that house in brooklyn every night if only we could find the money the hood of my car and the stars throwing light if only we could be forgiven
5.
04:07
swear I’ve seen your ghost in the windows of that house you used to come on out but you don’t come out now but once you fell in love set fire to your blood no sense in coming down you’d stay a while and it’d be easy, oh, it’d be easy, it was easy when we were young she whispers of a man who sold her medicine, said sleep now easily but honey don’t you go to sleep cause I’ve heard you sing serene, poured your blood into tape machines you could play it back, play it back and it’ll sound easy, oh, it’ll sound easy, it was easy when we were young if you find it in your heart, come back and haunt me I sure could use the company I’m selling my guitar, cut my hair cut out my heart I don’t need you to come home
6.
05:13
we dodge the drunks on the parkway after the fourth of july I’m not going home, let’s take the long way, I don’t care if it takes us all night cause I was a thief in a past life, took more than I gave every last time they killed me with christ off to my right side and I never will apologize so a kiss for a kid who can’t come down and a prayer for those who rush to die and I wish I knew you when you were young or at least when you still felt alive so we dodge the drunks on the parkway as explosions fill that summer sky I’m not going home, let’s take the long way I don’t care if it takes us all night it’s alright it’s alright it’s gonna be alright
7.
when I met you, you were boston, all navy blues and north shores said goodbye to a state school, yeah, locked your love behind closed doors now you whisper san francisco, but kid, I know the truth the sun don’t rise on western shores and it sure don’t set on you I saw blood on the sea I saw the future in a dream when I kissed you we were golden, t-shirts and old blue jeans I could taste that summer on your tongue, in your hips, the angry sea but you drift until you’re dead now, no, you never let it hurt oh, you’re gonna break your mama’s heart, yeah you’re gonna break the earth I saw blood on the sea I saw the future in a dream I saw blood on the sea I saw ones I loved dashed in front of me and here’s where I died a thousand times before here’s where I held you in my hands here’s where I’ll die a thousand nights to come here’s to a broken man I saw blood on the sea I saw the future in a dream I saw blood on the sea I saw the future in a dream I saw blood on the sea I saw ones I loved dashed in front of me when I met you, you were boston, navy blues and north shores
8.
set sail for saldana bay left port on the ides of may on a red sky morning we went sailing away couldn’t see through the heavy fog, got stuck up there up on the rocks and this sandy dock is where we’d stay like the winston, the atlantic pride we made shore and no one died you can make shore but you’ll never leave and I’d thank god for the rescue but I’d curse him cause they came, and I’m thankful for my life but not my sanity a little sanctity and scarcity, poverty and privacy might be good for the broken soul but like the winston, the atlantic pride we made shore and no one died you can make shore but you’ll never leave like the winston, the atlantic pride we made shore and no one died you can make shore but you’ll never leave
9.
buttoned up and blinded weak against the wind I’m coming by we’ll drive all night, you’ll never feel, you’ll never feel so young and free again sweet one, you were savaged life’s cruel as it is brief but breathe easy, oh, it had to be the kids have gone the kids have gone the kids have gone to sleep love is on a westbound train, east of omaha sideways glances, crooked rain, a postcard broken heart my love is on her way back home, east of easy sleep a thousand miles left to go just save some peace for me far away and fiery, I dream of your eyes you remain a satellite, or a new star in, that new star in the cold blue morning sky
10.
06:12
Jamie says she’s going home to spend some time maybe at her mom’s and Washington’s just lost it’s charm, and all the boys, they try too hard but it looks so beautiful at night, it looks so beautiful at night, it looks so beautiful at night with all the dead heroes in light and I will watch you fall asleep and I will watch you fall away dirty bars and metro stops, dirty looks from all the cops a dirty floor to make our bed, been clean for sixteen days but I feel it slipping when she says it looks so beautiful at night, it looks so beautiful at night, it looks so beautiful at night with all the dead heroes in light and I will watch you fall in love and I will watch you fall in line but it looks so beautiful at night, it looks so beautiful at night, it looks so beautiful at night with all the dead heroes in light and I will watch you fall alone and I will watch you fall, I will watch you fall, I will watch you fall away, away, away, away, away so wake up
11.
03:30
burning down an old, old house, no one even lives there anymore you’d think that I would know by now, I just can’t keep living with myself I used to dream, but now I just sleep buried all those years away in a hole inside the earth all made of stone can something ease this awful ache, let me forgive myself before I go I used to dream, but now I just sleep and if you promise not to worry, I swear I’ll be alright, and I’ll be fine, yes I’m alright I would die to say I’m sorry, guess I could live to make you smile, and I’m alright I’m alright //

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Anywhere at All is Small Planet Radio's debut album. We've put a lot into these songs, and we are excited to share the album with you. We hope you like it.

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released September 6, 2016

Small Planet Radio:
Andrew Kolbenschlag - Guitar, Vocals, Piano, Organ, Keyboards
Tom O'Leary - Guitar
Bill Lambusta - Bass, Guitar on "Skeleton Coast," Slide Guitar on "Easy"
Ed Dzienkiewicz - Drums, Backing Vocals

All songs written by Andrew Kolbenschlag, except "Skeleton Coast," written by Tom O'Leary.

Produced by Small Planet Radio.
Recorded and mixed by Charles Burst at the Seaside Lounge Recording Studios in Brooklyn, New York.
Mastered by Paul Gold at Salt Mastering in Brooklyn, New York.
Album artwork and design by Carolann Clark.

Trumpet on "Easy" by Ben Harris.
Cello on "Parkway" and "East of Easy Sleep" by Adele Mori.

Ⓟ© Small Planet Radio 2016. All Rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws. (If you want the album, but truly can't afford to pay for it, email us, and we'll set you up.)

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Small Planet Radio is a 4-piece alternative/indie rock band from New Brunswick, NJ playing original music influenced by bands like Modest Mouse and Wilco.

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