Yeah, Sure.

by Middle Kid

supported by
isabella reese
isabella reese thumbnail
isabella reese Super dreamy also zack sometimes makes my coffee Favorite track: Black Out.
/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app.

      name your price

     

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Comes in a nice lil sleeve so you can have that artwork in a physical form and a CD to play in your old car.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Yeah, Sure. via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 5 days

      $7 USD or more 

     

1.
02:55
2.
02:01
3.
04:22
4.
04:01
5.
6.
03:48

credits

released September 2, 2016

tags

license

all rights reserved

about

Middle Kid Frederick, Maryland

with the musical skill of squidward tentacles

contact / help

Contact Middle Kid

Streaming and
Download help

Shipping and returns

Track Name: Shell
Sunshine blinds my wicked eyes,
My shaking hands,
This charming man.

Nighttime, still haven't come alive
A soft drunk
It's not enough.

Small talk, you caught me giving up
My nodding head,
My feigned interest

Captured by who you think I should be
"So what do those eyes symbolize?"
You seem to lie
You've seen the light
You've seen me lie

Been content for so long,
but no one wants to hear that song.
You only pay to hear me whine,
So sad to say that I'm fine.
Track Name: Middle Child
Being the middle child's alright
But everyone around you fights.
I'm caught in the crossfire,
there's no way that I'll stay
slip out the door, get away.

And you whine about attention like
like you never got enough of it, right?
I'm calming the crossfire.
But there's no way that i'll stay,
slip out the door, get away.
Track Name: Black Out
Here we go, slithering and squelching on
Not blacking out, just turning the lights off.
Here we go, slithering and squelching on,
I got the spins again, third night in a row.

Not blacking out, just slowing down.
The spins increase.
The incredible string band continues its melody
Haunting at half-speed.

The curtain draws to its close,
leaving our ribs exposed.

I feel vulnerability
Until the hypnotic hum, half-speed
lulls me back to complacency.

Not blacking out, just turning the lights off
Slithering and squelching on
Slithering and squelching on

Not blacking out, just turning the lights off
Slithering and squelching on
Slithering and squelching on

Slithering and squelching on
Not turning the lights off
Slithering and squelching on
I'm just turning the lights off.
Track Name: Dear Uncle
Dear uncle,
Can you show me how to live through hippie eyes?
Can you take me from this discontent, reveal a world wide?

Dear uncle,
Show me how to get along, leave more than I lived with.

Dear uncle, dead uncle.
Dear uncle, dead uncle.
You left us when we were in need,
Gave us what we needed, then fled, you got free.

Dear uncle, dead uncle
Return to the roots of the tree.

Dear uncle, dead uncle
Be wild, be gone, be free.
Track Name: 53rd Birthday
On your 53rd birthday, you sat on the floor, looked up at me and said, "I thought there'd be more."
How could I forget that? How'd I let it go?
Shattering the image of the you I used to know.

On your 53rd birthday, I sat in my chair, looking down at you, the one I held dear.
How could you forget me? You're forcing me to grow,
You're shattering the image of the you I used to know.

So why'd you make me leave if you're my family?
And why'd you make me feel so alone?
Why'd you make me leave?
Are you my enemy?

On your 63rd birthday you sat all alone, empty and broken like the place you called home.
I guess I should've called you, I guess I should've tried,
Despite everything I accept that you're mine.

So why'd you make me leave if you're my family?
And why'd you make me feel so alone?
Why'd you make me leave?
Are you my enemy?
Track Name: Commoner
Commoner, come and call the storm to take you home.
Commoner, draw your breaths long.

Commoner, sit atop your throne, left alone.
Commoner, solemn as a stone.

A commoner is what I'll always be, can't you see?
A commoner is the life for me.
Commoner, motivation waning.
Commoner, you've called the storm and now it's raining.