Taper Jean Girl

Go ahead and ask whatever.   'The faces you see on the way up, are those on the way back down, my friend.'


Silver Linings,

Jacko Hooper.

I just wrote this so recorded it quick,

i’ve been doing this every night for the last week and a half or so,

they aren’t anything special, it’s just a way for me to get some bits and bobs out of my head

maybe some can relate, that’s the aim.


Tonight i’ll only think of you

For punishment of what i did not do

To know you’re happier,

These are silver linings,

To know you’re being held,

These are silver linings

So be strong, be safe and be loved.

These are silver linings

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