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You Don't Bother Me

from The Tractor EP by The Cupholders

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written by Casey Ruff

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We’ve drank a lot
More than we should
More than what’s good to do
And I got just one more thing to say
To say
See the rest of these assholes
Can’t hold a candle to you
Cause you don’t bother me at all

You don’t bother me at all
I’m honored to call you my friend
I’d follow you down
To hell and back again
Cause you don’t bother me at all

Folks come and go
They may not know how I feel
Just because I don’t take the time to say
To say
Life spent on this earth is surely
Worth it thanks to you
Cause you don’t bother me at all

You don’t bother me at all
I’m honored to call you my friend
I’d follow you down
To hell and back again
Cause you don’t bother me
You don’t bother me
I must not bother you too much
You don’t bother me
At all

credits

from The Tractor EP, released January 15, 2019
Bart Cameron-lead guitar, backing vocals
Casey Ruff-lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Doug Hood-rhythm guitar, piano, backing vocals

Paul Beaudry-psych-guitar, backing vocals
Dave Forrester-drums
Colin J. Nelson-backing vocals
Ken Nottingham-bass, backing vocals

Recorded & Mixed by Colin J. Nelson @ Her Car Studios, Seattle WA
Mastered by Ed Brooks @ Resonant Mastering

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The Cupholders Seattle, Washington

The Cupholders are the brand new Seattle supergroup team-up of Bart Cameron (The Foghorns), Casey Ruff (The Mayors of Ballard) & Sam Russell (Doug Hood, The Harborrats).

Embracing their shared love of classic rock, outlaw country & vintage soul, The Cupholders play and record songs both riotous & tender.
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