The Slow Parts on Death Metal Albums Lyrics

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The song belongs from the album Dark in Here which got released on 11 May 2021. As soon as the song showed the teaser, it could immediately draw millions of attention.

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Song:– The Slow Parts on Death Metal Albums

Singer:– The Mountain Goats

Album:– Dark in Here

Producer:– Matt Ross-Spang

Written:– John Darnielle

The Slow Parts on Death Metal Albums Lyrics The Mountain Goats

Jumping out of my skin
This tiny sector can’t contain me
Suit up in a flash
Slipping symbols bravely, bravely
Go where I’m not wanted
Stand where the light hits hard
Almost full grown
Drive home alone and listen to the slow parts

In a new universe
Trying to find the mask that fits me
Shaking the curse
Behaving as the beacons bid me
Denim and leather
Silver strap to please the diehards
Let me dance ’til I die
Turn the volume up high and listen to the slow parts

Aliеn ships from ancient realms (Ships from ancient rеalms)
Ageless captains at their helms (Captains at their helms)
Rage from the sea
Let it begin with me

Half-life of my toxins
Difficult to calculate
Stock up on gauze in case of accidents
Try to keep my story straight
Dozens like me
Never quite free, filling out our dance cards
Mark my time on the wall
Answer the call and listen to the slow parts

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