How Soon Should I Let You Go

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lyrics

How Soon Should I Let You Go - The Douglas Fir

How soon should I let you go?
Get yourself together my friend
Get yourself together again my friend
This time you ought to know
Don’t disguise your disappearance again
Don’t disguise your disappearance again my friend
This time you ought to show
How soon should I let you go?
You’ve lost your composure again
You’ve lost your composure again my friend
This time you should have known
Like a Polaroid you fade in the end
Too much overexposure again my friend
This time it’s going to show
The truth you’ve been seeking
The lies you’ve been told
The life you’ve been leading
With eyes halfway closed
The truth is deceiving
Come in from the cold
Entangled forever, together alone

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from California Memory, released September 16, 2016
Music and Lyrics by Jay Walsh.
Published by Hungry Head Music / ASCAP

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The Douglas Fir San Francisco, California

The Douglas Fir's new album "California Memory" was mixed by Brad Wood (Liz Phair, Pete Yorn, Sunny Day Real Estate). The band's moody-pop songs have garnered praise in Magnet Magazine, Village Voice, Boston Globe, The Big Takeover, and the band has shared the stage with Metric, Pinback, Rob Dickinson (Catherine Wheel), Pernice Brothers, The Church, Grant Lee Phillips, The Wrens and many more. ... more

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