Black And White And Blue (Now And Then)

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Music and lyrics by Gabriel Zucker

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You’re my underwater sailboat
You can drive where others sink
Drawing pictures on the windows
To make the mermaids stop and think

You can dream of open pictures
Staring heavy at your soul
When you hug it’s like a prison
Life’s too short to let us roll

But there’s some things I can’t say in black and white and blue
That honey I want you

You’re like pictures scarring starlight
Starring somewhere far away
So much closer than the bar right
Next to where I drank today

You’re a liquid-copper kettle
And the heat can’t get enough
You try to empty out the metal
So someone else can fill you up

But there’s some things I can’t say in black and white and blue
That honey I want you

You’re an overwrought hydration
Liquid falling cross the brain
Take the singer to the station
Leave the mic out in the rain

But there’s some things I can’t say in black and white and blue
That honey I want you

You’re my so elusive someone
Can’t tell who or what or when
I could love you now forever
Or maybe just for now and then

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from Underneath The Stairs, released March 6, 2014

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Two Out Rally New York, New York

Two Out Rally is Gabriel Zucker on guitar/bass and vocals, Zane Smith on guitar/bass and vocals, Talor Gruenwald on the drums, and Jean-Luc Mosley on the saxophone.

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