New York City is full of characters that you may be hard pressed to find elsewhere. In "East Village Tattoo Queen," the protagonist of the story meets a woman from the East Village neighborhood of New York City. She is confident, gritty and careless and our protagonist is desperately trying to keep her interested.

Dante Mazzetti - vocals, guitar, harmonica
Joseph Haines - guitar, bass
Peter Kuan - trumpet
Adam Sussman - drums
Produced by Adam Sussman and Dante Mazzetti
Mastered by Oscar Zambrano


She said, “Show me your tattoo.”
She said, “Show me what you want to.”
She laid there naked in the snow
Her breath like cannon smoke

I’m weary in the dawn
I’ve been weary all day long
Your orange coat and slippers on the floor
Were you drunk when you bought them

These girls these days
They wake up and get away
And I can’t find a way to stop them

But if you show her your tattoo
She just might love you

I bought it and I put it on
They said it wouldn’t peel
I bought it from a gum ball machine
I hope she thinks it’s real

In my car we’ll drive real far
Headlights bleeding on the road
I’m choking on her cigarette tar
She really is disgusting

[Repeat Chorus]