Scout Pare' Phillips - Someday I Will Live My Life as a Horse

from Women Sing Williams, Songs of David E. Williams in the Female Voice by VARIOUS

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    For over 30 years, David E. Williams has delighted and disturbed a worldwide audience with his demented chamber pop across seven full length albums.

    From the surgical theatre to the barnyard, he has written songs of forbidden love and compulsory violence, of relationships that sour in in the dreary day to day, and of love fulfilled only in death and the grief of dead lovers. In other words: the true songs of our shared humanity across all boundaries.

    Now, dark music royalty such as Tara Vanflower, Gitane Demone and Scout Pare-Phillips recreate these curiously empathetic songs in a manner never heard before. From goth disco to ethnic folk to musique concrete', this is a David E. Williams release unlike any other, yet each track asserts itself as a newer, better ultimate version. It's as if each song was somehow always intended to sound this way.

    Enjoy these gifts.

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    Side A -
    Casa Ukrania Done Gone Gomorrah!
    Scout Pare-Phillips Someday I Will Live My Life as a Horse
    Porta Vittoria The Curious Pediatrician
    Awen Teddy Bear Laser Speculum
    Andie Moor A Patch of Fog in Purgatory. A Piano and a Cocktail Murderess Summer Wasn’t Made for You and Me
    Tara Vanflower Relentless and Unrelenting

    Side B -
    Apibus Sandra Lindsey
    Radio Eris Stench Number Seven
    Bjarkan Haiku, Interrupted
    Jessica Way and Nathaniel Ritter Fishheads and Olives
    Gitane Demone Quartet I Have Forgotten How to Love You
    Jennifer Lydon Kill Yourself in Cape May


    All tracks conceived and manifested between June 2017 and February 2018.
    Words and Music by David E. Williams

    Mastered for Vinyl by James Plotkin, February 2018

    Sleeve Design by Tesco Jane

    Front Cover Art is an illustration by Killburn & Mallory from the book Salt Water Bubbles; or, Life on the Wave by Hawser Martingale, published in 1854. Image scanned from page 229 of an original copy of the book and edited for this release by Tesco Jane. Use of the image was inspired by a post on Judith Schaechter’s facebook page.

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lyrics

Someday
I will live my life as a horse
no marriage or divorce
just a bed of hay
that doubles as a place to play
or a meal
or the basis of a meal
like lettuce in a salad.

Someday
I will live my life as a stone
not a man of styrofoam.
Smaller pebbles and the dirt will be
my only friends.
In the weeds
we will ponder greater deeds.
We will prove that granite bleeds.

I went outside looking for air.
There was no air to be found.
I had a wad of gum in my hair
fading from pink to brown.

Someday
I will end my life as a corpse
with a smile on, of course
having lived a life that radiates
through lives not lived as well
no clothes on me in the casket
they will call it the naked funeral.

credits

from Women Sing Williams, Songs of David E. Williams in the Female Voice, released June 11, 2018
Vocals and Guitar by Scout Pare’-Phillips. Keyboard by D.E.W. Recorded and Mixed by Sean Ragon at Exile on Heaven Street Studio, Flushing, NY. scoutparephillips.com

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David E. Williams Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

DAVID E. WILLIAMS has released numerous recordings of his demented chamber pop for close to 3 decades, but he has also collaborated with other artists, such as Rozz Williams (Christian Death), Deathpile, Jerome Deppe, Naevus, Thomas Nola and Andrew King. He is also a fulltime member of The Muskets and Destroying Angel. ... more

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