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Our guitarist's favorite song. It's doo-whop influenced and blusey. Tryin to show some white-guy soul. Derek busts out a saxophone solo, and Jared tries to play piano.


I’ve been down, at the bottom
so believe me I know, how you feel
and baby if you hadn’t let the sun, go down on me
then it wouldn’t be so lonely
at the top

when you said, that you didn’t love me
I thought I would never stand on these two feet again
if there were so many fish, left in the sea
then why would it be so lonely
at the top

spoken: “you know what’s comin’ next”

you keep pushin’ me down, underwater
and I can’t make gills, out of these dollar bills
and baby if there hadn’t been the time, if there hadn’t been a way
then I couldn’t stand here before you
I couldn’t get get on my knees here and say
(sax solo)

there you go, now you have me
I’ve splattered my soul all over the page
I’m gonna take another swig, of this bottle for free
and I’ll pretend it ain’t so lonely
at the top


from Master of Tiny Shoes, released December 16, 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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