by Deep Yogurt

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Victoria Sager The story man. The story. Favorite track: Couch.
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Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Trevor in his apartment bedroom in City Heights, CA.


released June 15, 2016

Trevor - VOX
Trevor - Guitar
Trevor - Bass
Trevor - Drums



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Deep Yogurt San Diego, California

Trevor - Guitar/VOX
Elijah - Bass
Brock - Drums
Alec - Guitar

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Track Name: 4th Year
You just celebrated his 4th birthday
and I just celebrated my 4th year in college
and I don't know if I'm growing up too slow
or are you growing up to fast?
I'll never know.
Track Name: Paperweights
I should read more
but I'd rather point and click and stare at my screen.
And I should turn some pages
but I'd rather advance to the Iron Ages
and give thanks to what Bill Gates has given me.

I'm not saying I don't read at all
but most my paper books are paperweights
except the Boy Kings of Texas,
my Bible, and The Things They Carried, sometimes.
But one day, when my hands are crippled and my feet turn into stone
my computer dies, but I still got my eyes, while feeling brittle in my bones,
then I will read them all.
Track Name: Couch
Miles away from home
but this still kinda feels like home.
Just sitting on this couch right here,
this couch that I've been sitting in for years.

I'm sorry Brock, and I'm sorry Ez
But I can't be sorry while I am laying down right here.
I'm falling asleep watching the Simpsons
like I have done year after year.

And thanks, mom. Thanks, mom.
For the couch.
Track Name: YOLO/Emojis
It used to be a joke
but then, the irony, it ate me alive.
And I can't stop.
Track Name: Cabrillo Bridge
Walk down to Cabrillo Bridge
and I look over the edge
'cause from these heights, I forget
all the stupid little things causing me stress.

And as the people walk by,
I don't see them, but I feel their eyes
and the foot steps slow down
and I wonder if they think I'm going down