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Transistor Sister

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Transistor sister you're so fine, and you're all that I got left
I'm gonna bank my cards on you.
You've got lips to die for, a heart of gold that I would buy for.
And that's just what I'm gonna do.
So I'll hold you in my arms for one more night.
Wake up in the dawns early light.
Oouuwwee baby you're alright.
Never got the wrong impression.
Only get the best reception.
Transistor sister you're o.k.
I feel so sad when she's out of range.
I get this static in my brain.
And this pain won't go away...
So I'll hold you in my arms for one more night.
Wake up in the dawns early light.
Oouuwwee baby you're alright.
And transistor sister you're right as rain.
There's nothing better than a bourbon kiss
but having it bronzed on your lips
and then it turns to solid gold.
I would ask you for a dance
but I know that dance would soon just end
and then we'd have to go
so I'll hold you in my arms for one more night
wake up in the dawns early light
Oouuwwee baby you're alright
and transistor sister you're right as rain

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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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