murder me for my sins

by pill friends

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a few of these songs are demos for a full length we have begun to record and songs written/recorded back at home that attempt different expressions


released January 23, 2013

davis cook - bass
abby trunfio - cello/vocals
kyle schwander - drums
ryan wilson - guitar/organ/vocals

thanks to
scott stitzer - (synths on "wearing my dead dog's skin")
taylor berke - (guitar on "demon chills")
"wearing my dead dog's skin" recorded by scott stitzer, the rest recorded by pill friends
all songs recorded in philadelphia/new hope, pa
artwork by kyle schwander

thanks to all our friends



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Track Name: promethazine
dip me in promethazine
i dont want to leave
watch me burn so slowly
getting high off my fumes
living in my past lives
looking for a way out
drown me in your apathy
hold me in your misery
persecute my children
they're hanging on the wall
graciously forgiven
as they take the fall
clinging to my past lives
not looking for a way out
drown me in promethazine
i dont want to leave
Track Name: wearing my dead dog's skin
i want to kill or to be killed
i pet my dog as i slit his throat
i skin him whole and i wear his fur
to school, for looks, now i feel good
i want to kill or to be killed
my dog licks me as he sinks into my meat
good boy, he wears my tattered skin
to church, for looks, now they all know
i trust in hell
Track Name: murder me for my sins
i want to forget this world
everyone is a sinner
sinners go to hell
everyone suffers
i am a sinner
i am already in hell
so please murder me for my sins
so i can be nothing once again
Track Name: demon chills
trying to make love to road kill
passing scripts for demon chills
people calling out your name
waiting to rape your pain
die in shame, die in shame
fever breaks, its all the same