I liked a little shoegazey guitar riff I came up with and wrote some lyrics to it. You can check out the MP3 here. For the recording, I enjoyed experimenting with a pen and paper as percussion. There's even a guitar solo. Really, this stuff is much more fun and cheaper than therapy. The lyrics are below. It's the same deal as always. If you like a song, then feel free to cover it if you're in a band or whatnot. I love to hear covers of my songs, so please let me know about your version. If you start making money, then send me a check/we can work out a deal. Similarly, if you want to use a song for your Youtube video or whatnot, then just let me know. It's usually fine by me unless it's a commercial product or whatnot. Find out first though. Write me at wredfright ATATAT yahoo DOTT com.
Some terrorist blew up the bus today so I had to find another way home
I decided to walk and as I did I wrote you a little poem
It started as a haiku and ended an epic; I had so many nice things to say
I hope that wherever you are that you're having a really good day
When I got home I couldn't find a pencil, so I just had to use a pen
I inked line after line about how glad I was that you were my friend
I think it's great, but The New Yorker probably isn't going to be publishing it
But that's ok because the real talk of the town is how we're such a perfect fit
Written August 2013
Recorded August 2013
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