Figurative Hats

by Instant Bingo

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This album is dedicated to all those with anxiety and depression.
Mark 5:36

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released December 2, 2013

Produced by David and Ben Drake
Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered by Ron DiSilvestro
Forge Recording, Oreland, PA
Artwork by Sarah Drake
Designed by Judd Meche
Manufactured by Forge Recording
© & ℗ Benjamin Drake. All Rights Reserved.
Some tracks contain mild language

Who is Instant Bingo?
Ben Drake - Guitar/Vocals
Luke Drake - Drums/Vocals
Kevin Kelly - Bass
Peter Kelly - Vocals/Hyper
Michael Ewin - Vocals/Active

Some Tracks Featuring Honorary Members:
Sarah Drake - Vocals
Dave Drake - Lead Guitar
Darrel Jennings - Banjo/Mandolin
Betsy Young - Piano/Vocals
Kerry Young - Vocals

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Instant Bingo Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hyper-Folk-Rock band of family, and friends playing songs about movies we love and things we find beautiful, wacky-dacky, or true.

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Track Name: Odysseus
Trojan horse and war is over.
Story, legend, told by Homer.
Helen went home with Menelaus
This man is lost, it is the King Odysseus!

Oh Ithaca! Oh take me home!
My men are dying and I’m lost at sea.
Oh Ithaca! My family!
Telemachus and Penelope!

Son of Poseidon, one-eyed wonder.
Giant angry with small soldiers.
Drink wine, we’ll wait, for you to fall asleep!
We’ll poke your eye out and pretend that we are sheep
I hear Sirens singing their best.
I see Sirens flashing their breasts.
Hold me; tie me, to the ship’s mast!
Every one of you must plug your ears with wax.

Oh Ithaca! Oh take me home!
My men are dying and I’m lost at sea.
Oh Ithaca! My family!
Telemachus and Penelope!

Ithaca is my home! Ithaca is my home!
And without you I feel so alone!
Ithaca is my home!

Olympus, please! Look down on me!
Zeus, Apollo, Aphrodi-ite!
So guide me West to take me home.
Save me from this *itch, Caly-ypso.
Oh Ithaca, my wife and son!
Arrows fly while the suitors run.
Oh Ithaca! The land I love!

I’ll return to claim my Kingdom!
I’ll return to claim my Kingdom!
I’ll return to claim my Kingdom!