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Polar Opposites Lyrics

from The Lonesome Crowded West

"Polar Opposites" is track #7 on the album The Lonesome Crowded West. It was written by Brock, Isaac / Judy, Eric / Green, Jeremiah.
"Polar Opposites" is track #7 on the album The Lonesome Crowded West. It was written by Brock, Isaac / Judy, Eric / Green, Jeremiah.

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Polar opposites don't push away
It's the same on the weekends as the rest of the days
And I know I should go but I'll probably stay
And that's all you can do about some things

I'm trying, I'm trying to drink away
The part of the day that I cannot sleep away
I'm trying, I'm trying to drink away
The part of the day that I cannot sleep away

Two one eyed dogs, they're looking at stereos
Hi-fi gods try so hard to make their cars low to the ground
These vibrations oil it's teeth
Primer gray is the color when you're done dying

I'm trying, I'm trying to drink away
The part of the day that I cannot sleep away
I'm trying, I'm trying to drink away
The part of the day that I cannot sleep away

Songwriters
BROCK, ISAAC / JUDY, ERIC / GREEN, JEREMIAH

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