Who Sang Reverend William Buckland? Tigers on Trains

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Release Date: 2009-8-28
I spent a holiday alone in the dark, trying to read the tealeaves
And I caught my shadow speaking old African languages again

Went to a party at the funeral home, out on the city limits
Me and the skeletons were hanging around the back too tired to dance
And I thought the railroad was an old time machine and I got on and wished real hard
And me and John we spent the day trapped at the bottom of a glass
I was reduced to a repeating line of code, numbers in a computer
And I followed circuits to the mainframe and eventually got lost

Guess I am not cut out to be a program
Guess I am not cut out to be a gunman
Guess I am not cut out to be six feet under ground
Guess I am not cut out to be anything at all
Anything at all

CD 1
  • 1 The Grammarian
  • 2 Sea Weed
  • 3 Ship Shape
  • 4 Muhammad
  • 5 False Teeth
  • 6 Silk Road
  • 7 Reverend William Buckland
  • 8 Painted Face
  • 9 Just Be Glad That No One Saw You
  • 10 A Year in the Garden Shed

  • Release information
    label: Simple Stereo
    country(area): United States
    format: CD