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Get Well Soon

by St. South

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Closing up, they never taught us how to open up Then act surprised when we don’t make the cut There is no way you can know enough But they don’t teach us how to love What about the simple stuff Does your brain ever get this loud Does your brain ever get this loud Does your brain ever get this loud Does your brain ever get this? Jaded now, can someone show me how to kill self doubt 'Cause I am 25 and can’t work it out Are my jeans too tight Or am I too proud Why do I hate crowds All of us, we keep on pouring to an empty cup Then it gets boring when we don’t feel enough You can bet it’s rough, Phone ringing out but I'm not picking up Does your brain ever get this loud Does your brain ever get this loud Does your brain ever get this loud
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Nick: It's a real tough one. And I'm here for ya, and I'm sitting with ya. You might get her back though, so, you just don't know. We'll see. One day you'll see me And you'll be all confused You'll realize that lovers have nothing to lose And you'll be mad at that Like I'm mad at that I'm the picture of health I'm not damaged or bruised I'll always be back here Thinking of you Are you okay with that? Thought we had each others' back? Don't say sorry You went cold in such a hurry But I don't want anybody If it's not you One day you'll see me And you'll reach for the sun Were my hands too warm Were my hugs too long Do you sleep tight alone? Still listen to rain? I'm reaching for pillows, Breathing your name And I’ve had enough I'm not hard to love On the Red Eye, To your door Saying something like "you've been through this before" But you love her more Than anyone that you've loved before Don't say sorry You went cold in such a hurry But I don't want anybody If it's not you
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RED 03:24
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You went away I guess that's what they all say But is that what you wanted, or you thought I wanted? Won't you just, try to be brave? I cross away when you walk that track Tell you what, it's a bit of luck I'm not gonna get you out of thought But I know you're growing up I know you're growing up You pulled away I guess that's when you needed a break But is that what you wanted? Did you feel unwanted? Is that why you called it a day? [chorus] I cross away when you walk that track Tell you what, it's a bit of luck I'm not gonna get you out of thought But I know you're growing up I know you're growing up I know you're growing up Squeeze my hand when you've had enough (please don't be like that) Squeeze my hand when you've had enough (please don't be like that) Squeeze my hand when you've had enough (it's not like that) Squeeze my hand when you've had enough You don't, you don't, you don't, you don't know it I cross away when you walk that track Tell you what, it's a bit of luck I'm not gonna get you out of thought But I know you're growing up I know you're growing up
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She said, I’ve been thinking bout this for a while now But I don't believe it, you never stopped loving me out loud I hang out the washing I’m not what she wanted I’m folding the laundry Was my bed too hard for you after all I’m sick of feeling so fucking small But I’m not angry yet She said she’s been worried bout us for some time now But you never said so, and we never stopped making each other proud I hang out the washing I’m not what she wanted I’m folding the laundry Was my bed too hard for you after all I’m sick of feeling so fucking small But I’m not angry yet The colour left summer My luck dropping in thirds The only thing I ate this Were my fucking words How, how can you not Wanna see the person you love? I hang out the washing I’m not what she wanted I’m folding the laundry Was my bed too hard for you after all I’m sick of feeling so fucking small But I’m not angry yet
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about

As a songwriter, singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, St. South has worked tirelessly on the skills required to make the kind of nuanced and soulful electro she’s known for. Her debut full-length album Get Well Soon unfolds a story of grief, heartbreak and ultimately, self-love.

On the surface, Get Well Soon reads as a break-up album, which as an event provides the backdrop, but isn’t the whole picture. At its core, it’s a self-care album, or as St. South says, “a soundtrack to self empowerment." This sentiment is poignantly reflected throughout, which lyrically details the rough times but sonically, reassures the listener that it’s all going to be okay. Holding feelings of joy and sorrow, required a certain kind of self-acceptance — the kind that says it’s ok to feel both, and ultimately, that is the message of Get Well Soon.

St. South is the moniker for Australian electro soul bedroom artist Olivia Gavranich.




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released July 17, 2020

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