Cool Down​/​Irresistible Complacency

by Sushi Jones

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released August 5, 2016

Alex Handler - vocals, guitar, keyboard, bass, drums

All songs written by Alex Handler
Produced by Alex Handler
©2016

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Track Name: Cool Down
Sometimes when I feel
Like I don’t belong
I just remember
That I’ve been here all along

But it’s the thought that counts
What makes a “me” at all?

Good company is an illusion
You are your preferences
But you could breed it all along
And I could read it all along

But it’s the thought that counts
If this is all there is

Explicitly calling out
Not ashamed to fear it

Sometimes when I feel
Like I don’t belong
I just remember
That I’ve been here all along

I know that when I die
I’m already there
Track Name: Irresistible Complacency
(There are times
When you will want to give up
Throw away all the hours
That you’ve put in)

There are times
When you will want to give up
Throw away the hours
You’ve put in
It’s easy to let go
When all you hear is “no”
To take the path more traveled is irresistible

No more waiting
I'm too grown
No more waiting
Only action

Turn it all around
I heard my favorite sound
Never moved my feet up off the ground
Caught me in the kitchen
I was contemplating masturbation
I can’t be lost for long
I know that I am wrong
I know that I am wrong

No more waiting
I'm too full
No more complaining
Make your move

(Call it sloth
Call it fear
But you can’t be afraid
To give it a shot)

You caught me in a feeling
I could never be in
You caught me in a feeling
I could never see anyway
You caught me in a feeling
I could never be in
You caught me in a feeling

From out of nowhere
I won’t waste my life at home

No more waiting
I’m too grown
No more waiting