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Fiction

by The Webstirs

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The first single from the sixth album by The Webstirs. Their self-titled, 'The Webstirs' will be released this fall.

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Riding around all day
Thinking of words I’d say
Memory waves its wings (moving to where you are)
Guide it into the need
Rolling around in my
Rolling around in my head

If I borrow it back in fiction
To the place where we began
I could find the missing pieces
And add the words I should have had

I am not so strong but I can lift this
I am not so strong but I can lift this

Memory counts its rings (moving to where you are)
Bend them into the need
Rolling around in my
Rolling around in my
Rolling around in my head

I will bring us back in fiction
Back to where we might have been
I will take the missing pieces
And add ‘em back to make us real again
I will borrow us back in fiction
To the place where we began
I will find the missing pieces
And add ‘em back to make us real again
Add ‘em back to make us real again

I am not so strong but I can lift this
I am not so strong but I can lift this
I can lift this
I can lift this

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released July 30, 2020
Produced by Matt Allison
Written by Bobenhouse/Pisellini/Winkler
© 2020 Presmark Songs (BMI)

Drums - Jordan Kozer
Guitar/Keys - Preston Pisellini
Bass - Gregg Juhlin
Keys - Mark Winkler
Guitar/Vocal - Doug Bobenhouse

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The Webstirs Chicago, Illinois

Chicago-based band The Webstirs have released five albums of clever, catchy Indie pop and will release their sixth this Fall. Formed in 1994 by childhood friends Preston Pisellini (guitars/keys/vocals) and Mark Winkler (keys/vocals), the band’s lineup includes drummer Jordan Kozer (Redwalls), bassist Gregg Juhlin (Slugs) and Doug Bobenhouse (The Sun Sawed in 1/2) on guitars/vocals. ... more

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