Brand New Antiques

by Deadly Nightshade Botanical Society

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released June 17, 2014

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Track Name: Steer by the Stars
Steer by the Stars

Hoist the sail and check the mast
This kinda weather won’t last
Have to move
While the sky is clear

Two lonely adventurers
Steer by the Stars
This lonely adventurer
Will take us very far

Orion on my belt
And salt in my hair
Follow a broken a compass
Together we don’t care

Track Name: Tears on Broadway
Tears on Broadway

Waiting for my big break
Fifteen minutes of fame

Underneath the marquis
You stole my heart from me

All of the lights on Broadway
Won’t hide tears in the rain
All of the lights on Broadway
Can’t seem to lead me home again

Lights are dimmer than they were last year
In the summer when this act began

Underneath the marquis
You stole my heart from me

All of the lights on Broadway
Won’t hide tears in the rain
All of the lights on Broadway
Can’t seem to lead me home again
Track Name: Vagabond]
Vagabond

Never lost but never home
There’s a map behind your eyes
You travel light
Can I come with you tonight?

Where’d you go?
What do you know?

Come on my vagabond
And travel a little farther with me
Come on my vagabond
Cause you and I were always gypsies

Is your burden heavy?
Carpet bag of destiny

Where’d you go?
What do you know?

Come on my vagabond
And travel a little farther with me
Come on my vagabond
Cause you and I were always gypsies

How many miles will you roam?
With your sore and aching feet
You travel light
Can I come with you tonight?

Where’d you go?
What do you know?

Come on my vagabond
And travel a little farther with me
Come on my vagabond
Cause you and I were always gypsies