time to go

time to go

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After 50/90 in 2018, the Catalytic Perverters went on a binge of creating new material. We basically just improvised for two hours during every session, sometimes quickly working out more complicated arrangements if we particularly liked an idea. From October to January, we came up with approximately 200 new compositions. As we work our way toward another 25 new songs, we've decided to put the brakes on a bit. So, I am reviewing recordings from the a fore mentioned time period and adding vocals to the ones that merit not being lost in the shuffle. This is one of those songs. Sort of.

This one was another complete improvisation musically, recorded on December 18 2018.. I wrote the lyrics and added vocals today, except for the spoken bit about the audience driving home, which was improvised along with the music on the night. That bit inspired the lyrics I wrote today, kind of a closing number for a live set.

Lyrics: 

it's time to go
let's hit the road
we're all out of time
it's been nice
here tonight
but it's time to go

and when it's time to go
the place is shutting down
they're going to close
it doesn't mean we're headed home
but it's really time to go

it's time to go
let's hit the road
we're all out of time
we've got more songs
but we've already played too long
so it's really time to go

and when it's time to go
the place is shutting down
they're going to close
it doesn't mean we're headed home
but it's really time to go

when it's time...
when it's time...
when it's time to go
doesn't mean we're headed home
when it's time to go
it's time to go

I see a lot of people in from out of town tonight
I want you all to be careful driving home
we'd like to see you next time

time to go
time to go
time to go
time to go



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Comments

phoenixash's picture

Very punk rock! I was banging my head the whole time and I love the change up around the middle where it comes to a halt and then increases beautifully

Susan Cantey's picture

Rock on dude! Universal theme well delivered. Love the drums.