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Hell and High Water

Rainer Maria

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Someone in Rainer Maria must have just gotten out of a relationship around the time that they recorded Hell and High Water. Both sides of this single lyrically deal with post-breakup trauma, rebound relationships, and bickering couples. As sung on the acoustical B-side of "Paper Sack," "So there's your coat and here's your hat/I couldn't fight my way out of a paper sack/No need to leave a note once you've packed/If you can stay gone, I don't want you back." Ouch. The feeling's mutual on "Hell and High Water": "I've seen the girl who'll pick up where I leave off/I've seen her sorting through my memories/She's a better version of me." Musically, "Hell and High Water" is an emotional pop of dual male-female vocals that's catchy enough to make the lyrics hit even harder. The flip of "Paper Sack" isn't as attention getting, but the lyrics could easily relate to anyone who's ever gotten into a fight with their significant other.
© Mike DaRonco /TiVo

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Hell and High Water
00:03:43

Rainer Maria, MainArtist - Kyle Fischer, Lead Guitar - Caithlin De Marrais, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Caithlin Ellen DeMarrais, Composer - Bill Kuehn, Drums - Thomas Kyle Fischer, Composer - William E C Kuehn, Composer

© 2000 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2000 Polyvinyl Record Co.

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Paper Sack
00:04:40

Rainer Maria, MainArtist - Kyle Fischer, Lead Guitar - Caithlin De Marrais, Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals - Bill Kuehn, Drums

© 2000 Polyvinyl Record Co. ℗ 2000 Polyvinyl Record Co.

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Someone in Rainer Maria must have just gotten out of a relationship around the time that they recorded Hell and High Water. Both sides of this single lyrically deal with post-breakup trauma, rebound relationships, and bickering couples. As sung on the acoustical B-side of "Paper Sack," "So there's your coat and here's your hat/I couldn't fight my way out of a paper sack/No need to leave a note once you've packed/If you can stay gone, I don't want you back." Ouch. The feeling's mutual on "Hell and High Water": "I've seen the girl who'll pick up where I leave off/I've seen her sorting through my memories/She's a better version of me." Musically, "Hell and High Water" is an emotional pop of dual male-female vocals that's catchy enough to make the lyrics hit even harder. The flip of "Paper Sack" isn't as attention getting, but the lyrics could easily relate to anyone who's ever gotten into a fight with their significant other.
© Mike DaRonco /TiVo

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