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How Narvell Felt

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We can pedal, she can pound.
Won't get a medal, just get crowned.
He's embittered, she's a feat.
A non-jet-setter, more upbeat.
We can only do well if our heads don't swell to the size of the Krell and beyond written all in boldface and she’s in love with his bass, an amazing grace how sweet this sound.
Turn up the treble, got no ground.
No foot pedal, sound surround
The stones were thrown, it's fun to pelt.
Now no one knows how Narvell felt.
We can only do well if our heads don't swell to the size of the Krell and beyond written all in boldface and she’s in love with his bass, an amazing grace how sweet this sound.
We can pedal, she can pound.
You'll get a medal, stick around.
“Not a quitter” likes to bleat
Just a no-hitter, yet less discreet.
We can only do well if our heads don't swell to the size of the Krell and beyond written all in boldface and she’s in love with his bass, an amazing grace how sweet this sound.

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from Welcome To My Mind (& more), released September 21, 2017
John, Chris, Jess, Julie

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The Hi-Fives San Francisco, California

The Hi-Fives were John Denery, Christopher Imlay, Steve Faine, and Gary Gutfeld (& also Jess Hilliard, Julie Rose, Evan Mendel, and Danny Seelig). They were a underground garage-punk band in the late 1990's on Lookout Records.

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