“You think you hold the high hand; I’ve got my doubts”

This works best as an Easter song at the end of its album, but here you go anyway–I love this. Probably listened to it for the first time sober ever on Holy Thursday. Had to clean 14-month-old spilled drinks off the CD but it spun just fine.

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(I just tried looking up this album at The Fix because I was sure they’d put it in one of their “best albums about addiction/recovery” lists, but the search engine said, MOUNTAIN GOATS–Do you mean MAINTAIN GOALS?)

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