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The Damnable Cads is Flyah


The Damnable Cads are a cadre of arrogant swine who travel the world swilling beer and keeping the neighbours up late. Do not trust these men. Unless of course you’re just after a good time that you’ll deny ever happened.

This band is awesome.  I normally just listen to one song when I put bands in our magazine but these guys will have you coming back for more.  I really love the way their songs play out.  They have a cool calming vibe with well put together lyrics.  They remind me of great bands like Three Doors Down and Owl City.  They have about 5 or six songs on Soundcloud that are all creative and different from most.  Take the time to check them out and don't be afraid to comment and tell us what you think


Little Dreamer ​for The Damnable Cads
Capo 1  Intro and verses: C Em C Em Am Am7 F G   

Verse  Little dreamer, awake in your bed  Little dreamer, inside your head  Little dreams, heavy as lead  You’re so young to have already bled    Little dreamer, just try to sleep  Little dreamer, try counting sheep  Little dreams you’ve sown, gotta reap   Costs so much just to feel so cheap 

C                      Cmaj7  e
Little dreamer, you’re already cold    
                 Am                  G  
You got a long way to go before you get that old 
C                      Cmaj7
Little dreamer, cyncical and strange 
Am                                               G 
You know you’re trying too hard to make a little bit of change 

All you rock and roll girls are gone by 25 
Gotta die a couple times just to keep you alive

But the way you look with those stars in your eyes 

Girl you know damn well that’s no way to survive

Little dreamer, you lost your way 
Little dreamer, got nothing to say 
Little dreams are slipping away  You got no God but you still gotta pray    Little dreamer, no, you lost your mind 
You’re watching the stage but you’re walking the line These little dreams you ain’t had for a long time
Little dreamer how’d you get so blind?

Little dreamer, they tore you apart
Now you found yourself broken with a broken heart
Little dreamer at an all time high  Was is worth it in the end, was it worth all the lies?  Another rock and roll girl gone by 25 
Had to die a couple times just to feel alive 
But there’s nobody home behind those eyes 
Girl you knew damn well that’s you couldn’t survive 


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