by SK Chow

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SK Chow's debut single was released on the 100th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic. The song features Aviel on vocals and M. Williams on lead guitar. Tani Mitsch designed the artwork.

Side B is "Elegy for Anne Bancroft," which was originally released on The Tonics album Get Things Done, with a re-recorded vocal track by SK Chow


released April 14, 2012


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Track Name: SK Chow ft. Aviel - Titanic
All great things start with a plan
A plan to be big, the head of the class
The staircase, gymnasium, smoking room
Palm trees, the café and oh the food
Nobody’s had it so good
Nobody’s had it so good
Nobody’s had it so good

All great things are drawn out in pen
Cut out in two, folded and glued
Everyone came out from miles afar
To wave to the ship waving the white star
The beautiful people aboard
Mingle outside on the deck
With beautiful people aboard

The New Year fireworks in the
Harbor and city lights are
Dancing in the water
Eighty nine what a time to be alive!
All of modern life in Helvetica
In shades from America
Track Name: The Tonics - Elegy for Anne Bancroft
Who is that standing round?
Who is that giving sense?
To a blind and deaf and angry lonely girl wondering
Ooh what is love? You washed her hands
And saw her lips remain untouched
Love is two in one
Goodbye, Annie Sullivan

Who was that standing round
While he was growing up
And who seduced a world that's looking for a passion?
Swept down those icy clouds above
Showed us the way to stay corrupt,
Like a loaded gun
Goodbye Mrs. Robinson

These are the things you've given us
Red visions of that sensual trust
You made us dangerous
Goodbye from your graduate.

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