Portland, Winter 2015

from I Saw The Wreckage by Juniper Ginger

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I'm not looking at my phone again today
See, there's so much I'm dying to hear that you're just never gonna say
So I'm not looking at my phone again today

I'm not drinking after work again, no way
Well that's just something cute I tell myself to get me through the day
So I'm gonna get fucked up after work today

What are you crying for?
What are you crying for?
What are you crying for, you child?
You miserable waste of your own time

See I hate who I've been since I packed up and moved away
I call home every weekend and I promise that I'm okay
But I'm too proud to call it quits, so Portland's where I'll stay

Maybe I didn't get the job but I got the girl
And I got some seaside perspective
So I can scream and call this art
But no one has to listen
I'll say it anyway cause I like your attention

What are you crying for?
What are you crying for?
What are you crying for, you child?
Your darkness is cracking in this light

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from I Saw The Wreckage, released November 19, 2016
Alex Millan - vocals, guitar, bass
Mat Nichols - cello
Andrew Roseman - percussion

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Juniper Ginger Portland, Maine

Juniper Ginger is the solo project of Portland, Maine songwriter Alex Millan. Her songs are mostly honest stories about the people and places she encounters. When heard live, sparse accompaniment invites listeners to get lost in the poetry.

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