I've got some ketamine rolling round my place
So glad I've got a friend who understands
I've got some ketamine rolling round my place
You need to sleep it off

I'm killing love again hanging at my place
I've got old dogs asleep in the bed
I'm 21 and I'm swallowing my face
I need to shake it off

Coming down again
Coming down my friends
Coming down again
You won't ever come up again

La la la...

She's nineteen and she's sleeping at my place
A lean thing got a sway in her step
She looks good blowing kisses at my face
I want to be your man

She's selling smiles out the back of my place
We're rolling tens 'cause it's all we've got
I wish she'd stop but she's bringing in paper
I need to sleep it off

Coming down again
Coming down my friends
Coming down again
You won't ever come up again
Coming down again
Coming down my friends
We're coming back to you, coming back to you
You won't ever come up again

You're crashing out
So hold on
You're crashing out

Coming down again
Coming down my friends
Coming down again
You won't ever come up again
Woo!

La la la...


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    Song Fact“Jack and Zach got together one evening only a month before we were scheduled to record the album in late 2013, and in the space of a few hours wrote the foundations of this tune and ‘Fake Friends’.

    The original demo was very kooky and the most obnoxious music we had written to date. So strange and good were the original takes that they still make up the bulk of the final version. A lot of the guitar sounds in this were recorded with really cheap amps and plug-ins in an attempt to make the song as obnoxious as possible. They were also recorded a bit out of time and tune to really give the song an unstable edge, which we felt enhances that feeling of coming down.”

    From: tonedeaf.com.au/404327/…
    60_miles_an_houron June 12, 2015   Link

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