wearing thin

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released June 24, 2015

Adam Gilfoyle ~ Guitars, Vocals
Charlie Addison ~ Drums, Vocals
Anthony Wheatley ~ Bass


Charlie Addison / Adam Gilfoyle ~ Recording & Mixing
Michaela McGuinness ~ Artwork/Photography
Lloyd Tudor ~ Mastering

Recorded, mixed & mastered @ Leeds Beckett University

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Track Name: Invisible (Am I?)
I'm too lost,
To know who I am.
I'm too lost,
To know where I stand.

Why do I feel invisible?
Like a blank canvas that's hard to explore.

I am worthless / Am I worthless?
This life is useless / Is life useless?

Why do I feel invisible?
Like a blank canvas that's hard to explore.
Track Name: Lonely World (Head Is Home)
So here I am again,
Inside my lonely world.
Of all the places that I've known,
My own head is my home

Shed all of your earthly ties,
You won't need them when you're floating sky high.

So here I am again,
Inside my lonely world.
Of all the places that I've known,
My own head is my home

Let your soul leave your body,
Let your mind be free.
Possessions are only temporary,
Bodies are only husks.

So here I am again,
Inside my lonely world.
Of all the places that I've known,
My own head is my home
Track Name: Wearing Thin (Stitch Me Up)
Is it ironic to think that
I might just be coming to terms with,
The direction in which I'm going?
Now my words aren't just fragments
Of promises, I'm too afraid to keep.

Pull me apart,
Wonder what I could have been.
Pull me apart,
After all, I'm already wearing thin.

Leave me out to dry,
I want to stay outside.
Don't let me in.
I'll make a blanket out of stars,
For my body belongs,
To the night.

Pull me apart,
Wonder what I could have been.
Pull me apart,
After all, I'm already wearing thin.

Pull me limb from limb,
Stretch me to my furthest point of breaking.
Peel away my skin,
'Till all of the flesh and bone is showing.
(Stitch me up, I've come undone.
I am scarred, these wounds are proof.)