Comes in a digipack case, with artwork by Luci Everett. Featuring booklet with all lyrics.
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A house is made of many things/Of bricks and glass and plaster/And many planks of wood/Of teacups and saucepans and sinks/And dogs and sheds and trampolines/But you forget until it all comes/’Til it all comes undone/A street is made of many things/Of concrete and trees and dead leaves/And of garbage bins/Of cars and grass and underpasses/And red bicycles/But you forget until it all comes/’Til it all comes undone/Like the seams of a dress that you no longer fit/ Your finger when you’re cutting vegetables and you miss/Like paper when it tears or bags when they split/ Your heart when it breaks when you hear the stories/A person is made of many things/Of flesh and blood and bone and hair/And fingernails and skin/Of thoughts and needs and hopes and dreams/And bank accounts and fashion senses/And they connect with people who have these things/Flesh and blood and bone and hair/ And fingernails and skin/And thoughts and needs and hopes and dreams/And bank accounts and fashion senses/And they all live in houses made of bricks and glass and plaster/These houses are all next to each other on the streets/Made of concrete and trees and dead leaves and also garbage bins/Cars and grass and underpasses and red bicycles/But you forget until it all comes/’Til it all comes undone.