Kill Yr Selfie

by The Lopez

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released May 6, 2016

All songs written and performed by The Lopez, except 'Sea Babies' which was written by Beat Happening / Screaming Trees.
Recorded and mixed by Madeleine Campbell.
Mastered by Carl Saff.

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Track Name: Cubito Aequet
I heard you’re talkin’ shit
You’re Vader, Kermit, and Courtney
Shut up and play the hits
I reach out and I touch you

Cubito Aequet
The good, the bad, and the elfy
Alright we seen them kids
I wanna kill myselfie
Track Name: Sea Babies
Read a book but the words flew by
I got something in my eye
Can't remember what it said
Can't see things inside my head

I don't know, what's that say?
Nobody taught me, will you teach me today?
What's that say? I can't see
I don't know what but there's something I need

Want to talk about the things you know
My head sees like TV snow
'cause I got something in my eye
I can't talk, I'm too shy

Teach me the letters of the world
I need words to be heard
Make the sun melt away the haze
Clear the fog from my gaze
Track Name: Slaughterhouse
It’s just not fair, and they don’t care
Already been there, and it’s not fair
It’s all bullshit, they make you sit
They make them sick, they’re full of shit

Get me outta here
You gotta get me out

Don’t make a fuss
Relax and rust
Machines and crust
The slaughterhouse
Track Name: What I Say
Call me by my name, call what I said
Call me by my name, is it so hard to relate?
Pain for being me, pain that never leaves
Pain for being me, I’m the bearded lady

Doing this to live, doing it for me
Doing this to live, so interesting
Dying in this skin, not masculine
Living in this sin, too feminine

No one needs to know all that I know