Western Medicine

by The Alexanders

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released October 1, 2011

~All (14) songs written, produced & mixed by Alex Thompson (The Alexanders) between June 2010-June 2011 other than Marxmen (rec Nov. 2009)

~All instruments other than cello also played by Alex.

~Alexia Pantanizopoulos plays cello on "Ennui"

~ Additional guitars by Willy Divine on 'Changelings'

~Additional vocals by Sahale Jensen on "Kitty-Cat Sailboat Waltz", Hollye Bynum & Emily Openshaw on "Pessimist" & "Changelings".

~'Western Medicine' was mastered by Alex Norfleet & Mike Pack.

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Track Name: "You're Not Going to Wait for Me!" says the Pessimist.
You're not going to wait for me- Says the Pessimist!
You're going to fall off that tree- Says the Pessimist!
You're never going to feel alright says the Pessimist' eye.

I find no reason to budge- Says the Pessimist!
I fear all people who judge- Says the Pessimist!
I always run away to the Pessimist' yesterdays.

I shortcut most obstacles- Says the Pessimist!
I think quite vain of the rules- Says the Pessimist!
I think I'd rather limit myself to the Pessimist usuals.

The Pessimist will always be mocked - Thinks the Pessimist!
Keeps all of his carriages locked - Does the Pessimist!
The Pessimist complains about noise when opportunity knocks.

I bypass most of my mail - Yes, the Pessimist!
I'll never be good for the sale - Thinks the Pessimist!
No use in trying it out since I'll probably fail.