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by Veela

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Hey everyone!

Here is a small collection of songs I've recently written, cataloguing a repetitive personal cycle I seem to repeat every few years. I hope you all enjoy listening to it as much as much as I did making it!

xo Veels

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released December 28, 2016

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Track Name: Use Me
Some men in the night are talking
"Is she a girl? Is she a ghost?"
Trespass to follow, walking
Should I stay or
No I need to go
Sick whispers of rules on my body
Body talks and now I know
That I'm not safe around anybody here
(But I'm not alone)

So I'm a psychic, move me
Impress me with you mind
You know it's not so soothing
To know when and where you'll fall
And when the timeline seems to be
Temporary and illusive at all
Just come back to see me
No cards or crystal balls

My words are drugs relaxing
(Use me)

Some men in the night are talking
"Is she a girl? Is she a ghost?"
Trespass to follow, walking
Should I stay or
No I need to know
Sick whispers of rules on my body
Body talks and now I know
That I'm not safe around anybody here
(But I'm not alone)
Track Name: Sugar Youth
Young and impressionable me, me
Innocently read a magazine, Pop Queen
You said in
Your interview that "at seventeen
You are the most
Powerful that you will ever be"
See

Who gives you the right to
Sling that statement high and
Mighty, reckless, cause you're
New, new, new?

I don't regret the years
They've made me strong and better and
My hardships on their own
Are better that
You, you, youth, I'd never
Disrespect
The older that I get cause I know
That my hardships on their own
Are better than
You, you, youth and sugar

It feels like long ago it seems
Well for me
It sprouted in my mind like a seed
With jealousy but
I'm reminded, I am not naive
That luxury is old cause
We are the new, the Gwen Stefani gold
Laughing cause

Who gives you the right to
Sling that statement high and
Mighty, reckless, cause you're
New, new, new?

I don't regret the years
They've made me strong and better and
My hardships on their own
Are better that
You, you, youth, I'd never
Disrespect
The older that I get cause I know
That my hardships on their own
Are better than
You, you, youth and sugar

Be wary of your tongue
Cause bleeding is better
Cause I was
Here when you were a young and frightened
You, you, you, you, youth
Track Name: I'm Mine
Good morning
You're standing up to her so high
You're soaring
Adoring
The all season pass you gave yourself
Exploring
Bone, skin and muscle are loyal to you
Yet without warning
The scorning
Voice in your ear
Affects you so

And after all she's done
You should be numb to her by now
It's not lucky to be loved

No it's not lucky it's normal
I swear, I swear
Don't give her a second chance
It's not fair, not fair
You never got that common courtesy
I know, I know
How can you live inside a temple that you
Don't know
Tell me how
Tell me how
Tell me how
Tell me how

Every week, month and year of accepting
The chronic dismissal of your body is wrong
Cause you have earned the little pieces of poetry
Inscribed across you, you're home

First meeting
You are excited and scared to see them
A greeting
Tentative judgement, as trust is fleeting
A question
"Are you the same who's got some fame on the net?"
"I guess..." "Well, you aren't really what I had expected."

Its the same every run
You should be numb to this by now
Or is it lucky to be loved?

No it's not lucky it's normal
I swear, I swear
Don't give her a second chance
It's not fair, not fair
You never got that common courtesy
I know, I know
How can you live inside a temple that you
Don't know
Tell me how
Tell me how
Tell me how
Tell me how

Every week, month and year of accepting
The chronic dismissal of your body is wrong
Cause you have earned the little pieces of poetry
Inscribed across you, you're home

I've been through hell and back
In my blood and in my bones
And I am calm and proud of
Where I've been and what I've done and
When I faced the biggest challenge
I thought I couldn't take
Well I survived it
And I'm still here to say
That it's okay
And that it's

Not lucky, it's normal
I swear, I swear
Don't give her a second chance
It's not fair, not fair
You never got that common courtesy
I know, I know
How can I live inside a temple that I
Don't know
Tell me how
Tell me how
Tell me how
Tell me how

Every week, month and year of accepting
The chronic dismissal of my body was fine
Cause I've lived a little and I'm older
And I'm mine, mine, mine.