In Simple Intervals

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released 19 May 2009
Mike Kennedy: vocals, guitars, keyboards, bass, drums
Mary Garito: vocals, keyboards
Jim Kehoe: guitars
Kristine Kennedy: bass, vocals, guitars
Steve Cawley: drums
Ed Hogarty: guitars

All songs written and produced by Mike Kennedy except "Uppers and Downers" written by Kristine Kennedy. Recorded by MK at Berks Street Station. Mixed by Brian McTear and Mike Kennedy at Miner Street and BSS. Mastered by the Pauls Hammond and Sinclair at Phat City, Blue Bell, PA.

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Track Name: April Is Real
call me up when you know,
cause I'm not willing to go this far
when the bar turns up all the bright lights
you'll see who your real friends are
Track Name: Uppers & Downers
put the arms and legs together again
make a broke man stand, just like that
Track Name: Hours Ago (Sad Mac)
no one knows how the day's light was composed
and all you think, is just guessing
Track Name: Army of Teeth
shivering lines of some girls from the east
deliver the promise of an army of teeth
Track Name: Dust From A Broom
and once you've had your day
just like dust from a broom you'll be swept away
taste is quick, tongues are sharp
and we all get a say
Track Name: Winter Coats
so we pull on our winter coats
and tighten scarves around our throats
and head out, leaning into the wind again
Track Name: By Decision
here's what you know:
the evening's bringing home another round
and if he rings that bell
you'll take him by decision, but he's going down
Track Name: Miles To Minutes
there's no point in going home
if you don't have a home to go to
Track Name: Like A Code
you can't make your mark if you always miss
Track Name: Morning Song
those strings fell silent now
except for parties and friends
in simple intervals
here's what we said:
"one day, when we're old
we'll remember how we used to sing
on the weekends
we won't regret a thing"