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Genres: Rock, Industrial, New Wave
Tags: Electronic, 80s, 90s, Shoegaze

© 2011. All Rights Reserved

Lyrics:
Salutations are in order
That much is so clear
Your heart is bigger than the rest
So won't you tell me, dear

What's your name, your number?
We know how much you care
A thousands mouths, as many fingers
Tugging at your hair

Spit out
Chew in
Molar bites
Through thick and thin, yeah

You give, and you gave
Sold yourself
Somebody's slave, oh

Spit out
Suck in
Everybody loves a grin, yeah

You give
You gave
The very thing you meant to save

I know your hands are weary
There's so much more to do
There are so many people
Who are far worse off than you

Please stay another hour
Or just another dime
A thousands mouths, as many fingers
Don't you have the time?

Spit out
Chew in
Molar bites
Through thick and thin, yeah

You give, and you gave
Sold yourself
Somebody's slave, oh

Spit out
Suck in
Everybody loves a grin, yeah

You give
You gave
The very thing you meant to save

Just another dime

Stream: 96 kbps, 32 kHz (joint stereo)
Download: 320.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 7.10 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 3:06
Date uploaded: Oct 16, 2011, 02:53 EDT Show more info
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Ian Marquis for “Poster Child”:
Strong showing as usual, Ian. How is your ground game going? Hopefully you're getting your due on the local airways!

Any time I listen to the top 40 radio and then hear your stuff, it reminds me that when you get your shot, your stuff is going to blow up on there!

By the way are you getting to play out live much, if at all?

-Shoham
 Jul 18, 2012, 15:42 EDT
Ian Marquis 
Thanks, man. I've been working lately on getting some local stations to play my stuff on their indie blocks. WTOS is going to drop one of the songs next week, and a tiny station in Rockland played a song last week. It's slow going, but every bit counts. No live shows yet, but I am considering forming a band if I ever find the time.
flag (Jul 19, 2012, 07:55 EDT)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Cool. Keep pushing with the local stations. IT's a headache, I know, but keep pushing. I promise you your suff is ready to break, but you've got to make sure to get it out there to these local stations. If possible, visit in person. The college stations, too. You've put in the work on composition and recording, the last push is often the hardest, but keep pushing!!!
flag (Jul 19, 2012, 08:17 EDT)