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Do you remember the wet streets?
When it was dark and they called your name
You screamed "My kingdom for dry sheets!"
But we remained as the last two

We're out and up to no good
Emerge alive from the gutters
Together, but thinking of others

The people you love, they're all faceless
Replaced by the next one in line
But I'm determined to be the one
To change your mind

Some might say
We never hit the mark but had no target
Some might say, some might say
We never hit the mark but had no target
Some might say we aren't

Do you still get tangled in bedsheets?
Awake through storms in the east end?
I still don't sleep through the rainfalls
You still don't feel like my best friend

We're out and up to no good
Stumble out drunk from the gutters
Together, but thinking of others

The people you love, they're all faceless
Replaced by the next one in line
But I'm determined to be the one
To change your mind

Some might say
We never hit the mark but had no target
Some might say, some might say
We never hit the mark but had no target
Some might say we aren't

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from Dirty Lights and Wet Streets, released May 19, 2017
Gang Vocals by the Main Street Singers

"Dirty Lights" and "Wet Streets" were recorded at Private Ear Studios in Winnipeg, Manitoba during the spring of 2017 by Shawn Dealey.

Produced by Martin LaFreniere and Kyle Monkman

Mixed and mastered by Shawn Dealey

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Clipwing Winnipeg, Manitoba

The aim of Clipwing was to come out swinging; mission accomplished. Hitting the studio before they played their first show, Clipwing got the music right and then moved on to the rest. A blend of rock and punk influenced by The Flatliners, Smoke or Fire, Foo Fighters and more, Clipwing makes loud, energetic and passionate music. ... more

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