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Close Lyrics Dizzy (Band)

[Verse 1]
Losing a wheel on a rammed interstate
And then finding a fix Thanksgiving day
And the show was a mess, we laughed the whole way
To the hotel, we dodge noise complaints
And I'm not sad anymore

[Chorus]
But if you gotta go, go
We can blame it on timing
I will leave the light on in the hall
Don't wanna tie you down
To a bird that's not flying
Or hold you anywhere but
Close, close, close
Close, close, close

[Verse 2]
The girl with the bangs has a temper to match
Her strawberry hair she got from her dad
She's not mad and you will find she talks with her hands
Whеn she flips you the bird, understand shе is mourning
The loss of a space in time

[Chorus]
And if you gotta go, go
We can blame it on timing
I will leave the light on in the hall
Don't wanna tie you down
To a bird that's not flying
Or hold you anywhere but
Close

[Outro]
Oh, and when you go home is it me that you miss?
Can you divide the rotten fruit from her pit?
Always felt we went swinging, destined to miss
Always felt we were lightning just waiting, waiting to hit

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Song Credit:–

Song:– Close
Singer:– Dizzy (Band)
Album:– Dizzy (2023)
Producer:– Charlie Spencer & David Pramik
Written:– Alexander Spencer, Charlie Spencer, Katie Munshaw & Mackenzie Spencer
Released:– June 7, 2023

About Dizzy (Band):–

Dizzy is a Canadian indie-pop band formed in 2015 in Oshawa, Ontario. The band consists of four members: lead vocalist and guitarist Katie Munshaw, bassist Alex Brodsky, guitarist and keyboardist Charlie Spencer, and drummer Mackenzie Spencer. They are known for their dreamy and atmospheric sound, characterized by Munshaw's ethereal vocals and the band's use of synth textures and melodic guitar lines.

Dizzy gained attention with their debut album "Baby Teeth," which was released in 2018. The album received positive reviews for its introspective lyrics, catchy melodies, and unique blend of indie rock and pop elements. Some of the standout tracks from the album include "Swim," "Joshua," and "Pretty Thing."

Their music often explores themes of introspection, personal experiences, and emotional vulnerability. Katie Munshaw's lyrics often delve into her own struggles with anxiety, relationships, and self-discovery, adding a sense of authenticity to their music.

Dizzy's music has been described as a combination of indie pop, dream pop, and shoegaze, creating a soothing and introspective sonic experience for listeners. Their atmospheric soundscapes and emotionally resonant lyrics have allowed them to connect with a diverse audience.