It's About Time EP

by Hate It Too

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1.
Blistering Lights (2009) Blistering lights Kept spinning my head as I walk down the streets An endless fight Is to put a foot in front of the other I can’t recall The number of times that I have crossed the road And I don’t know Why there is oatmeal all over my pillow And it’s always been the same I said I wouldn’t get wasted But it’s hard to refuse when All you got is fucked up friends Still up at the dawn, we’ll wander on Blistering lights, Kept spinning my head as you’re talking to me If I fall or rise It would feel the same for what I still can see The liver collides The empire built hits a wall along the way Too heavy to fly But too fucking light to get stuck on the ground Jack engine* or rum and coke A guiness or a pabst that’s cold It doesn’t make a difference to me One more round to liberty Bottoms up we’ll all be free Getting high and getting lost Not giving hell, not giving up Some say to us to settle down To drop the things we made on our own Let’s call it a life, we’ve had enough *Jack engine is a drink including Jack Daniel's and Gin, don't ever try this at home.
2.
Highway Twenty (2012) Let’s leave with all the doors and windows closed So when this place burns to the ground The past will stay where it belongs And won’t you come around to change my mind And make me throw the anchor down Let’s leave while the sun is still asleep These eyes are waiting For something more To let these guns blast And tear down the walls So here I am between two rivers once again Retracing every step, and trying to make it seem relevant Walking through this casket lane And no signs of the end We’ll take these blackened streets And burn them to the ground With no regrets for what we had And no retreat, no coming back There’s no need to sit around in shame We’ll tear this city down And build on what remains So here I am standing on this edge once again Retracing every step, and trying again to be relevant So I’ll keep running by this edge until I fall Along with that sinking feeling that just comes and leaves.
3.
The Gold Rush (2011) I’m trying to find the meaning of all these words To take away this blurry vision that is ruining my world As I go towards the unknown I realize that I don’t know much about my own The time is running faster than I can My breath is short, but I can’t stop I just wish their clock is wrong So I could wait for another lap, standing strong I know a road that leads to gold But it’s hard for me to leave the sheets of my heart unfold I can see the glitter of the fire But the flames could burn down all of my desires Sometimes I ask myself if I am insane To walk alone again under the rain 'cause I might miss the only train I need to break through this glass ceiling I can’t stand anymore to look but not trying These four walls are getting me weaker Like a wooden box buried six feet under I know a road that leads to gold But it’s hard for me to leave the sheets of my heart unfold I can see the glitter of the fire But the flames could burn down all of my desires
4.
Sinking Habits (2011) Burn the bridges of what you call bygone days and throw yourself in a ditch so you can waste away and step inside the role you want to play. Like a lemming gang into the greatest hole, it ain’t so hard to fall when the landing remains unknown. Ain't got no place to hide away from the newest circus raging around town. There’s a war in the heads, a genocide without opposition. So follow the wave but make sure you don’t drown, there is so much more to see without everyone else around. Buried in a crowd where there is no way out and the fence of fear keeps them away from the road, you’ll miss your ride somehow Well I guess this is growing up, maybe more like giving up, take a deep breath knee deep the sea, the stream comes when you least expect it, but I guess it’s what you wanted The race that everyone would win turned to a trap as it began; expectations about future life are getting kicked out once again Now that everybody’s gone, now that it all turns into the same old song, we should just move on and never wonder what went out wrong So follow the wave but make sure you don’t drown, there is so much more to see without everyone else around. No reason to live with faded hopes and dreams; I’d rather sleep my whole life than being a drone in that scheme, a drone in that boring scheme This road has been taken so much times, now it’s all cracked and destroyed, this road has been taken so much times now it crashing down.
5.
Bottled 04:40
Bottled (2012) A thousand bottles to realize that the message is nowhere to be found Picture the scene of what you’re doing right now Cause it might be the only piece left of the puzzle you broke Too much is never enough The glass is full I guess it never felt right to Stop the flow that leads the ship to perdition Sailing to a point of distress, falling in too I have to wake up, even thought I can’t sleep at night The pressure is high, my head is crushed, I guess I’ll have to Write down my thoughts and clarify what I feel inside Cause now I just wanna take off the ride Another night waiting by the shore for a guide that will probably never show I’m drowning into an ocean of fallen hopes, castaway of my reason Speechless facing the cliffs of the land I used to call my own (Wake me up) Before the swell brings me too far away (Get me out) Of the wreck that reminds me the darkest days I gotta wake up, even thought I can’t sleep at night The pressure is high, my head is crushed, I guess I’ll have to Write down my thoughts and clarify what I feel inside Cause now I just wanna take off the ride

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released November 24, 2012

Produced by Raphaël Malenfant & Hate it Too
Recorded at Studio Broil (Québec City, QC) through the weekends of June and July 2012
Mixed, Mastered & Engineered by Raphaël Malenfant

All songs written by Marc-Antoine Dionne, Cédric Michaud & Hate it Too
Lyrics on track 1, 2 & 4 by Cédric Michaud
Lyrics on track 3 & 5 by Marc-Antoine Dionne

Hate it Too is:
Marc-Antoine Dionne guitar / vocals
Cédric Michaud guitar / vocals
Charlos Belzile bass
Jean-Philippe Gagnon drums

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