Do You Ever Think?

by Decedy

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released August 30, 2015

Decedy are: Deric Becker, Isaiah Blackford, & Dylan Becker

Music & lyrics for all songs on this album by Deric Becker

Guitars: Deric Becker
Drums: Isaiah Blackford
Bass: Dylan Becker

Artwork by Madison Orlando

Recorded at Jupiter Studios in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Mixed and mastered by Adrian Brown at Jupiter Studios.
All music written by Decedy.

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Decedy Saint Louis, Missouri

Coming from a primarily classic rock background, Deric & Dylan Becker began Decedy. The lovechild of classic rock and new. "Classic rock music is why we started this band and we will never forget we started this band, to make rock music."

Deric Becker - guitar, vocals

Izzy Black -
drums, vocals

Dylan Becker - bass, vocals
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Track Name: Do You Ever Think?
Do you ever think of driving all day with no hopes or fears, we're going any which way.
'Cuz I'd love that.
And I've got the time.
Do you ever think of a big old stage in front of big old crowds, we're just playing for days.
'Cuz I'd love that.
And I've got the songs.
All your hopes and your cares, let them all float back to you.
All your worries and your fears, let go of all of them too.
Do you ever think of those old vinyl records, that you pull off the shelves and damn, they make you feel better.
I love those.
And I've got a few.
Do you ever think of those big old stores with guitars, guitars; they're lined for walls and walls.
I love those.
And I can play.
All your hopes and your cares, let them all float back to you.
All your worries and your fears, let go of all of them too.
I found myself in a conversation, hanging with the deadheads in the basement.
And I knew you were so much more than just eating food, sleeping on my floor.
Track Name: Figuring Myself Out
I've been playing my stereo down low. I hear crackle in my records, but no one else knows.
Finding strength, but I'm hardly feeling stronger.
My friends are all saying that this won't last much longer.
And if you want, I will play you a sad song, or a happy one if your face has been long.
And I'll try not to yell, well I'll try not to argue.
I like figuring myself out through you.
I've been looking at parks in Chicago, I've been wondering what it's like to live in New York.
I've been counting my change on the floor, I've been turning up my music, I've been slamming the door.
And if you want, I will play you a sad song, or a happy one if your face has been long.
And I'll try not to yell, well I'll try not to argue.
I like figuring myself out through you.
Track Name: Forte
It's getting colder, I'm seeing late nights in your basement, but you get so stoned, you kick all of us out.
It's early morning, I'm seeing the passenger seat of your car.
We're not sure where we're going, but we hope it's headed far.
And if I can be just half the man my father is, and care just like my mother, I'll be fine.
And look to the soil and dirt in the ground, and find hope just like my brother, I'll be fine.
You come to me in darkness, I'll show you light, I can tell you it'll be alright.
You're not here alone.
I had a bad dream, you got so sick.
You missed your favorite part of winter, when the snow finally sticks.
And if I can be just half the man my father is, and care just like my mother, I'll be fine.
And look to the soil and dirt in the ground, and find hope just like my brother, I'll be fine.