by Drago Dit Dragon

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    First EP by Toronto artist Drago Dit Dragon, featuring Kaiya Blackburn of Cade. Artwork done by Tetyana Herych.

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released November 8, 2013

All songs written and produced by Matthew Drago
All Instruments performed by Matthew Drago
Vocals by Matthew Drago and Kaiya Blackburn



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Drago Dit Dragon Toronto, Ontario

Drago Dit Dragon is the project of Matthew Drago, an Artist living in Toronto, Ontario.
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Track Name: No. 4
summer's over, streets are colder, pull over the shoulder, this is where I told her/A dark and vacant, frozen basement, is where she lays and wastes away in now/

Ill be waiting as winter's fading/
Track Name: Attawapiskat
I can't feel my toes/walking in the snow/to my portable/
you say why not leave/then please let me see/ any place meant for me/
stop using your mouths start using your tools/how can you learn if you aint got a school/

all my life I've know/ this place aint my home/ your chair aint no throne/
take him use her/olympics vancouver/benefit the colonizer/
It took twelve years just to break new ground/first they built the road but they never built the town/
Track Name: Diamondback Hide
Oh desert lady with snakeskin hands/point me too the river and clear away all the sand/bathe me in the shade/can it be any other way/

Hard to know that I find/I see my life in your diamondback hide

I did as they told me/I headed up past the dunes/and there she stood before me/and spoke tales of my wounds/bathe me in the shade/I may leave her side/but with you Ill always stay/

Hard to know that I find/I see my life in your diamondback hide
Track Name: Blues For Breakfast
when did this whole thing turn on/now I see the cable 'cross the lawn/I followed it straight to your home/so you've go the right to know/

you got the right to know/you need a place to grow/and all these roads make it hard and long/so you've got the right to know/

blues for breakfast/morning bowl of news/you've got the right to know/you've got the right to know/

got the right to know