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Going to Bangor
ZR5rX

Album

You and What Army?

Released

1994

Artist

the Mountain Goats

Length

1:36

Previous Track

"Poke" (Past Punchy)

Next Track

"Horizontal Drift" (John Kuhlman)

Going to Bangor is the nineteenth song on the compilation You and What Army?. It was re-released on the compilation Bitter Melon Farm.

LyricsEdit

The ocean wind cold on our lips
The wild fern growing, sinking ships
All the signs are easy to read

In the morning you come my way
Your skin is pink, the sky is gray
There's fresh cranberries in your mouth
With thick red water dripping out
You expect me to believe everything you say
Well okay

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