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The Bottom

from You Should Drink More by Look Left

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The opening of this track was inspired by middle eastern and Indian music. It annoys most audiences. Possibly a poor way to start an album.


All the grace, all beauty I can muster, can’t compare with you
dancing steps, floating weightless, only one I serve to
rope me, chain me, throw away the key
the expanses in your eyes have changed what it means to be free

If I’m the bottom, who’s the top
if I’m the sell-out, who’s the flop
if I’m the robber, who’s the cop
save your face it’s my disgrace if you
Can’t be there then don’t

count the days, pass the hours, seconds on the minute
the weeks seem like days in the pit when you’re in it
no don’t let me see the light, I want to be here
solitude only interrupted by your presence has wrung out all the fear


circumvent, feel, taste the pain oh
circumvent, throb, whip, and strain oh
circumvent, snap, rip and stain oh
miscreant, don’t make the same mistake



from You Should Drink More, released February 5, 2011


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Look Left Phoenix, Arizona

Look Left was formed in 2008 when Jared Clark (Vocals/Acoustic Guitar) decided he wanted to be a rock musician. He went out into the harrowing Northwestern Pennsylvania tundra, bought a microphone and started recording. He was joined by Derek Wilber (Bass), Andrew Cotts (Guitar/Backing Vocals), and Matt Royek (Cajon/Percussion/Oddjobs).

LATER after graduating the college, Jared continues alone.
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